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... on the inside of the
ring and our teacher added the numerals 925. He took great care in
explaining many aspects of the process and I learned the meaning of the
925 Markings on Silver Jewelry- Silver that is
sterling silver is 92.5 percent pure silver, and it will almost always
be marked with this number in some way. Many jewelers will stamp this
number either as "925" or as ".925," but ...
... uncomfortable ride. After the downhill, when I was finally back in the seat, Lucy and I were able to laugh at the experience, but I was still shaking for a while afterwards! Lucy then had a go sitting on the elephant's neck but she was lucky enough not to face any downhill in the way I had! Once we got off the elephant we walked back to Boon's village and he told us a short cut to the house that we'd left our bags at earlier that day. Lucy and I took ...
... br> After Ko Pu, we had 10 hours of smooth travel back north toward Pranburi and Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park - meaning “Mountain with 300 Peaks,” famous for its sea side views, limestone mountains and karsts, and stunning caves. The park treated us extremely well, and we spent another amazing three days walking and hiking all over the place, highlighted by two vastly different and unparalleled cave exploration sessions. The first cave, Phraya Nakhon, is the ...
... the length of their necks. There were ruins in Sukothai to photograph. One night was spent in these neat cabins in Doi Indanond National park and another was at the Maekok River Village Outdoor Education Centre, run by this hilariously dry and gritty British guy. We spent Christmas exchanging secret Santa gifts in a hotel which we commandeered. We were unleashed on winding markets of Chiang Mai and Chaing Rai to barter our way in Thai.
... with coffee shops, markets and massage parlours and definitely has a more laid back atmosphere. The mode of transport is also slightly different here and people mostly get around in songtheuws which are red vans with seats in the back (shared taxis that do multiple drops around the city) We have enjoyed being able to walk around as most things are not too far. There are also a million and one activities- from ziplining through the jungle and trekking to ...