Baan Canna Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a gun. Be aware of the tall clay walls, seriously, tarantulas live in them. Giant furry black tarantulas. Yeah...
After walking nearly dead on a steep downhill grade for another hour in the pouring rain, we finally reached the first isolated Karen village, Baan Mae Jok. The village was hidden behind the trees of the forest, and only revealed itself slowly as we walked closer. The reflection of the sunlight against the rain made it appear almost majestic above ...
We visited the Elephant Nature Park on Weds and it was incredible. The park rescues abused and abandoned elephants from around SE Asia. After the logging industry went under in the late 1980's, hundreds of elephants that were used in logging to pull trees suddenly were out of work. Since the logging elephants were domesticated, they could not survive if reintroduced into the wild. Elephants and the mahouts (elephant handlers) flooded into the ...
Another day of reading and swimming by the pool. Had a long skype conversation with Mum in the early evening. Also found out that A has moved to Kew with the new guy (Mum told me as she noticed it on FB) In the evening I had a few beers with Kevin (Canada). Went to bed at ...
... the excruciatingly slow service, (Cris is already finished eating and Lise still has no food, has to wait and additional 25 min until her meal arrives....and we are the only 2 people in the restaurant!!!!), We Loved the food so much that we ate there 3 times.
We finally had a proper Thai massage. Wow, these are hard core massages. It's all stretches and pressure points but not relaxing , almost painful. ...
... sometimes keep their heads lower than the heads of the people in authority and who are older. if I understand correctly, that is partially due to the belief that the head houses the soul. So, that is the most sacred part of the body to the Thai people. So, to respect elders and those in authority, you put your head below the level of their head. I have much more to learn from these beautiful people, and I can't wait to see what they will teach ...