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Later the workers started to prepare the adult elephants for a ride. They bathed them and put on their back a kind of harness with the customized saddle. Then we were invited to enter an elevated bamboo platform from where we hopped on the elephantīs back. I didnīt feel very well…I donīt know why but the ride gave me an impression that I was hurting the lady elephant or at least bothering her a lot. I donīt think she was actually enjoying the ...
... noodles wrapped in banana leaves with lychees and rambutan fruit. We watched the mahout shower the elephant and then attach a seat to its back. We'd imagined we'd be riding the elephant bare back and were worried the seat would hurt it and be too heavy, but climbed on top nonetheless. Walking through the hilly forest, the elephant was not as stable as we'd imagined! At points we were gripping on for dear life. This was particularly a problem when I ...
... Mai is famous for being the best place to celebrate the festival as they go all out, so off we went to see what all of the fuss was about.
We arrived in the morning with many other tourists fresh off the night train after some yummy train food and after being laughed at by the whole train. Clumsy Marts spilt a whole large bottle of beer all over his bed and clothes, ha ha ha, divvy, cant take him anywhere! Bless the lovely train man for coming and changing his bed, ...
... of these tribes was the Long Neck Tribe as shown in the photos.
As far as eating out is concernedd we don't want the see Chicken Fried Rice or Chicken and Cashew Nuts or Chicken Green Curry or noodles of any sort for a long long time.
Back in Chiang Mia we did find two Irish Bars that served up Gammon Steaks or Pork with MASHED POTATOES, carrots & broccoli. Later we discovered a nice Italian restaurant with a good red ...
... The only time its good is in a car, or in the house for a little while, but too long its cold. I discovered this in Australia, it used to be lovely walking into a shopping mall with air con, but then before long I'd be cold, so its no good for 8 hours, I much prefer fans, and I never get air con in the room, just fan, but that's just me I guess?
The train finally pulled into Chiang Mai at about 9:30pm, and I wandered out the entrance in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaan Ramida Chiang Mai
Baan Ramida Hotel in Chiang Mai is great place, good location in "Old City", $18.00 USD in busy season. Clean budget hotel, great staff
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