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... It was actually really empty because we were there before noon. This made it even cooler because we had a nice stroll along the lake in peace. Along the periphery of the lake, there were these small huts with a table and mats to lie down in - which was so nice to just chill in especially with a fresh breeze! The chilled out vibe didn't last too long because isha had a scare - she couldn't find her bike key. After 20 mins of searching, she found it in her bike ...
... street food for lunch! Pad thai, fried chicken, roasted pork, thai ice tea with lime (OMG!), satay, and ice cream (melon, lemon, and coconut!). Delicious! After dropping the boys and Maureen at the house for some relaxation, Ann, Alison, Lori, Marissa, and Glenna went to a Thai cooking class! We got lessons at the local market on different Thai foods and spices. We even got tricked into eating raw pork in pig's blood - surprisingly good! Then ...
... has Thai-Indian food, The Grumpy Lady who has the worst customer service but cooks the best Minced Pork Omelet and Green Curry Chicken, or will it be the Chinese lady who cooks excellent stir-fries and hovers over us like a doting mother. Shall we splurge and spend $10 for dinner at the Lemongrass Restaurant and eat the best Thai food? They know us well enough now to get the coolest fresh coconut juice or watermelon shake for our beverage.
... most get along with each other. The second week I got to work one-on-one with an elephant called Saza who is extremely malnourished after refusing to eat after she lost her baby. I also got to work with the clinic dogs who are being treated for various illnesses/conditions, this included de-ticking them (gross!), walking/bathing them and I also got to see hydrotherapy for dogs who have lost the use of their back legs due to infection. The funny thing about a lot of the dogs ...
... At this high spot there is a short trail to where you can see a gibbon family. These are residents who remain due to food being left out for them by FG. Most wildlife stays clear of the area because of all the activity.
Being the heaviest meant I travelled down the zip line faster, I was always first of the jump platform. Woody on the faster runs was the catcher as he was the ...
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