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I got picked up at 9.30am from hostel where I got into a back of a pick up some other other fellow trekkers. They managed to squeeze 13 of us into it so was a cozy journey! First was to the butterfly and orchid farm, there was pretty much nothing there, only saw about 10butterflies! It was then back on the road for the next stop, a local market. This is where they brought the food supplies for the next 3 days and for us to buy snacks. The fish were half dead ...
... animal in the world. The first being chimps, the second dolphins and then the elephant and fourth the dog. They were amazing creatures, each one had a masoot living with him/her. Sleeping and waking the Masoot is there. The masoots are now trained in how to look after an elephant with kindness. The government pays for their training. No cruelty is allowed, it must be very strange for them as breaking in an elephant with cruelty is learned and past down through ...
... that he's trying to point out that there are two more ladies toilets round the back!
It already is feeling warmer as we get nearer to sea level and we're soon on the outskirts of Chiang Mai again. We stop at the train station and those of us who need the city decant into a smaller songthaew which delivers us to Tae Pae Gate, the entrance to the old city. From here we walk to our digs, ...
... my Cookies&Cream Sundae was very good!
Bardzo wczesna poranna pobudka, a to za sprawą wioskowych kogutów, które budzą nas o 4:35 rano głośnym i nieustającym pianiem… Dosypiamy jeszcze trochę tak do 7:00, po czym zjadamy śniadanie z widokiem na góry i wymaszerowujemy z wioski rześkim krokiem, tak aby zdążyć z zejściem w dolinę jeszcze przed południowym upałem. Schodzimy w ...
... was very hot in the afternoon. A couple of hours later I had a shower and we went out to a local temple.
The temple was a working temple not really a tourist attraction. The building itself was modern and not ornate unlike most of the Wats you see all over Thailand. The process at the temple was to place a garland of orange flowers on a statue inside the main hall, the one we chose was an elephant statue about 60cm high.
We each lit a ...
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