Baan Song Thai Farang
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... helping the efforts in Chiang Mai to preserve the elephants. It was just a remarkable day, cutting our own sugar canes with machetes and feeding them to the elephants. Bathing with them in the river as they tried to shoot water at us from their trunks! The youngest elephant Bang Bang even took a shine to Sarah Lou and kept creeping up on her and kissing her face with his giant trunk! We'll never forget our day here! The following day was Hogmanay. We spent the ...
I know that we're a few days late on this one and we're genuinely sorry. We were hoping to each have a photo to contribute and this weeks challenge was: a silhouette. This particular challenge required that we be out and about and perfectly positioned with the sun to take a photo that comes out as a silhouette. ...
... compose myself and ask the driver to pull over. I ride the rest of the way up front. The driver is trying to talk to me but knows hardly any english. He takes us to temple that is very special to the locals. There are many elaboarte paintings on the walls and two Buddha's. One is 1,800 years old and the other is 2,500 years old. He drops us at our hotel and we head upstairs to rest. Nobody feels like moving for the rest of the day but I am ...
... and scratched their back with the provided brushes. We had fun after all. In the end one of the elephants made a poo that was floating on the surface. The workers couldnīt have had a better idea when they started to throw the elephantīs fresh **** at us. That part was really disgusting. My right leg got hit and you canīt imagine how baldy it smelt!
Later that evening we had dinner in the elephant camp (rice, green curry and mixed vegetable) and then just kept ...
... tourists. This made for a more peaceful and reverential experience. Also, it had the most impressive stupa. In general, we liked the non-tourist temples more than the ones on the map. In one, an older monk was talking to two young Thai ladies. I enjoyed seeing the interaction between them.
The Buddhist temples are actually several buildings. There is the worship hall, which is what we commonly think of as the temple. It is the building where ...