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... If you find this on the internet, we definitely recommend watching it - but be prepared for some upsetting scenes.
It tells the story about Leks mission. Lek was born into a hill tribe and was brought up to respect and cherish the elephant. It shows how she bought her first elephant, a baby at the time who had lost his mother after being born and had nobody to look after him. She raised the elephant and he is still living at at the park now and ...
... and that I like the opposite of what I thought I would. Although I have adjusted really quickly, I want to push myself more to experience the nightlife of Chiang Mai. Typically, I am so tired at night that I come back by 9:00, shower, blog, then go to bed. In the next few days, I am going to work on this! Also, I have gotten used to eating American and Mexican food in Chiang Mai because I know I like it. I need to make sure I eat ...
... with the most amazing figures and make up danced and mimed along to past and present songs. Caberet is not normally my thing but they were 'fabulous' and kept everybody's attention. I loved the fact that between songs you could see them puffing on their ciggies and swigging back their drinks. Every night is a party for them! We had another delicious dinner and I had gone straight to the pad thai counter. Whilst eating dinner I recognised somebody from college whom I ...
... 55 baht as we know we will probably be ordering it! After lunch we walked into the gates in search of the large Chedi and temples of the city.
Wat Chedi Luang was originally constructed in the 14th century to house an ancient king's father's ashes. it took well over a hundred years to construct and was renovated in the 90s by Unesco and money from the Japenese government. When you walk into the grounds there is a large temple and many surrounding buildings ...
Started seriously packing for our trip, kids helping out with music CD's and DVD's for the 9000kms trek. Kms of charging cords and plugs, hope it will all fit somewhere.
Noodles and Thai packet food for the missus....
Finishing off all copies of paperwork for trip and duplicates for emergencies. Boring but essential.
Anyway, thanks to Staf for prompting me to set up a travel blog for the trip, wouldn't have done it if he didn't mention it..