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... bag and dress onto my skin! We decided to put up our mosquito net for the first time which was fun, because we were getting bitten quite a lot.
The next day we went elephant trekking and to the Na Muang waterfall. The baby elephant looked quite distressed and was swaying back and forth which was worrying. So we bought them some fruit and fed them, I was a bit apprehensive at first but soon got used to it. The trek was fun, pretty bumpy ...
... extended our stay here by an extra day to Monday and booked our ferry back to the mainland with transfer to Surathani airport and also booked our flights to Bangkok where we will stay for a couple of nights with Peta's friend. The flights only cost £22 each which is cheaper than getting the train or cab! This afternoon I had my very first Thai massage (when in Rome and all that), I said to Peta that I didn't want the rough like she has so said ...
Today's entry is a special guest one from my mum, Janet. Special guest entry from Mum!! Early start today as we were off for an adventure... An Elephant trek! Mike and Lauren have already experienced this on their travels however we thought we ought to also have a go. Katy was very enthusiastic about the experience until we got there and saw the size of the elephants! Plenty of photo opportunities and several tips for the mahouts later we then ...
... of the pool and enters nose first (although she describes the dive in more Olympic terms). Feeling embarrassed, she comments loudly on surfacing "well THAT was a little undignified"expecting some kind of reaction from the sunbathing public, but both the dive and the aftermath are ignored all round and she could have got away with it. Such is life.
The resort held a special valentines 'day celebration meal in ...
... Dang Piyasilo) is on display. When he died many years ago, he was sitting in a meditative position. He is still in that same position and his body shows few signs of any major decay ! You can read more about him on the photo below. We continued on around the island, stopped briefly at Pang Ka Bay, which looked a bit too scruffy for my liking. We anyway drove around the area and it seems like a very peaceful area of the island. Them it ...