Baan Canna Country Resort
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... guys and steal the Internet from the hostel as I still had the log in! We spent the rest of the afternoon just sat around chatting in the hotel lobby. At 3.30 we got in a couple of people carriers to the airport, we were there very early, so we just sat around and found some food too. Everyone had some sort of fast food, so I succumbed and had a McDonalds, my second of the year! Our flight was at 6.30, and by the time we took off it was nearly ...
... some of the 'nellies' preferred the bananas so would put the melon on the floor and wait for the bananas. Also if the basket was close enough, then it would put its trunk in and either take what it wanted or tip all the fruit out of the basket! As elephant trunks are rather long, they baskets had to be placed quite a long way away. The other issue was elephant snot! As we were putting the food at the end of the truck, it would use its nostrils to feel for the food by ...
... teary, and I knew I was about to have one of the best days of my life.
The park was founded in 1996, and currently has 35 elephants. These elephants have been rescued from industries such as logging, tourism, and even from the circus. Many of the elephants are blind in one or both eyes and some have broken legs. In addition to distressed elephants, the park is also home to nearly 400 dogs. Some were even rescued ...
... where they asked us how much commission we were earning hahah. The butterfly & orchid garden was just as mind numbingly dull as you can imagine. We did a swift lap of it then stood outside until everyone else came out. Awkward moment when surf ask why the butterfly's don't fly away...may be something to do with that little thing called a roof you meff! We met back up with the lads and got back in the bus which then took us to a random market. We were told to buy toilet roll ...
... but before you got there, there was plenty to see. The entire path was lit with black lights and vendors offering to paint pictures on revelers in neon paint that glowed in the lights and added to this strange "I'm not in Kansas anymore feeling." Not wanting to feel left out, I chose several pictures to be painted on me so I would match the hundreds of other partiers on the dance floor. Not having even made it into the actual party yet, I continued down ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility