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... The village was so small and so detached from main society that they spoke a different language and were entirely self-sufficient on crops. Our tour guide, Robert, was fluent in several languages, including English. He gave us all traditional clothing specific to their village (see picture) and we began walking again to see the elephants. We first met three elephants, a grandmother at 55 y.o., a mother at 19 y.o. and a female baby at 2 y.o.! ...
... guide wasn't very good at explaining where we were going or what was going to happen next so all 10 of us were kept in the dark most of the time. The waterfall was a short walk uphill and wasn't exactly the waterfall we'd been promised but it still provided lots of fun for nutters like JP. Straight away he was off sliding down the rocks and jumping off tree branches...madness. There was no way that I was going to participate. Joby was sliding down ...
... Aside from the Mitsubishi club day i missed, i saw everything i wanted to, including some incedibly sexy ladies. Though in hind sight, i wish now i'd documented the entire event, day by day. It was also a great way to test out my new Nikon camera. It took some great pics at speed, where as my old camera would have taken blurred images. Also, all the videos are in HD - though they get compressed when uploaded to this blog, so some of the quality has been lost. Enjoy.
... from all over Thailand who have been involved in the logging industry, circuses, tourist trekking camps or forced mating programmes. The park now has over 40 rescued elephants living there who are given medical treatment when needed and are left to live out the rest of their days eating 18 hours a day and sleeping the rest!
When we first got the the park Goy, our guide, led us to an upper platform where we were given a huge bucket ...
... a day on who would kill the chicken.
Devon and Nathen agreed they would have the experience of killing the bird, So Nong lead the crew to the Chicken coop where the selected bird but up quite a fuss. Nong grabbed the bird and handed it to Lyn and the boys. Devon agreed he would be the one to place its neck in a noose on a tree. Nathen helped and held the chicken and calmed it down and Devon gently put its neck in ...
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