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We won't bore you with the details of our chilled shabbes, which is spent eating, sleeping, reading and of course - lounging at the pool. On Motzash we eat some more (gotta take advantage of those fresh €4 meaty meals) and visit the weekend market. Again, ...
... trunk up and you could place the banana on their tongue. We then got into pairs and were given an elephant. Tom and I had a 40 year old big boy and he was a pro. You put your foot on his and then he would lift his leg up to help you get on the back of him. To begin with I was on the front and Tom was behind. When he starts walking it's quite a challenge to get comfortable as your right on his shoulder blades so are constantly moving from side to side. We walked for ...
... accom to somewhere a little cheaper but in the same area. we are paying about £3.60 a night here and we have air con. By far the cheapest room we've had on our trip and one of the nicest hotels as well. Today, we booked our trip to see the elephants at the elephant nature park. The only park, from my research, that doesn't abuse the elephants and lets them live as in the wild as they possibly can. This nature park rescues working elephants ...
... at the pool catching up on our course reading and homework (yes, I actually have things to do, it is not all fun and games)!
Once, I finished up some work, I decided to go would around Chiang Mai and shop with four of my friends. I bought a bright, colorful elephant painting that I plan to put in my room (new decoration Hannah)! I am finishing off the evening sitting in a coffee shop finishing more homework. I plan to go to bed early so ...
... adopted by one of the elder females. They travel in family units and they can live up to 80 years. These Elephants were gentle Giants and they are well taken care of and live a peaceful life - as close as in their natural habitat. We got a kick out of the cute fuzzy babies. There were three babies one was only 6 months old. They are amazing to watch - Denise was on ...
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