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TripAdvisor Reviews Mercury Court Chiang Mai
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... the keepers feeding them while explaining about each breed of the monkey. I also got to hold a baby orang-utan! I can understand why they are similar to humans; their characteristics and actions are similar to humans. The baby orang-utan had the characteristics of a five year old kid!
I think visiting the Zoo is must do for school groups as it is great for educational purposes and to have a bit of fun with animals. I had lunch at the Zoo before leaving ...
... non-readers were able to complete the Tic-Tac-Toe M&M game successfully. Sai Fon understood the concept of counting the number of words in the phrase to help match the greeting on the white board to his game board. Various modes of learning were built into the lesson with audio visual means, music, tactile use of small candy (which was consumed at the end of the game), pantomime and gestures, and paired practice with adult help. A final review ...
... and plan to introduce our students to each other via letters when school resumes in August.
The facilities are top-notch. The building is remarkably well kept and clean. I took pictures of the Computer Lab, and several primary classrooms. The classrooms are bright and well furnished with instructional materials. The hallways display students' work and I was so pleased that the rules at this school are the same as the Pawsitive ...
... we trust a lot, and they did confirm that unfortunately some of the elephant parks don't treat the elephants great as many of the elephants are overworked. They did say that there are some really great companies out there that may be "lesser known." Tartar from our hotel told us even though Trip Advisor reviews may be great for some of the better known parks, often those parks will put on a "show" to be on their best behaviour ...
... all had to pick 7 dishes each to cook through out the day and we would be able to eat them as we went! One person doing it was a German/Canadian man called Jim who must of been around 87 but acted like he was 21, he didn't listen to pretty much anything and was only there because his Taiwanese wife made him go. But he did take a liking to Emma and spent most of the day trying to crack jokes as Emma had the job of helping him out on ...
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