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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... had it and only had 200 baht so he said get on your bike and learned over danielle on the back and danielle had to slide the 200 baht into the police hand under his book so to us we have just been bribed by police for £4 so we could go free, we quickly took scooter back and haven't used one since haha.
Finally the day for our Hill Tribe Trek.
We get picked up from hotel by our guides Bob and Sang and the two other people on our trip lauren ...
... works and how different these jungles are different to the usual rain forests you get on land, due to the increased level of water and sunlight they are constantly growing they therefore thrive in these conditions, however there is not a lot of soil for the trees to bed in there roots as it is obviously a mountain and is made up of rock, so any storm will just destroy the trees and they start again to grow, but at a rapid rate! I climbed back on my bike and tried to start her ...
... and one night feeding and bathing the elephants, but most importantly, learning about the elephants and how their lives have been impacted by tourism. My eyes were opened to what I probably knew subconsciously, but when the information is provided first hand, it is impossible not to be affected. I vowed to not endorse elephant tourism, nor tigers (which I also asked about at the elephant park and the guide was almost in tears). Upon my return to Chiang Mai, I ...
... set platter, and I enjoyed fresh crab in a hot curry sauce
with rice. I had two beers, Matt had four mocktails, and our meals, and it
still only came to 20 pounds with tip ($35)!
Following dinner we enjoyed a small night
cap before calling it in for the night. Lindsay and Chris have really turned us
on to the idea of going to either Cambodia or Laos for our next adventure. They
said it is far less touristy than Thailand has been.
... wanted to get moving on to Pai and other locations so we figured 1 day would be enough (which it was). So I woke up and grabbed my day bag, headphones and swim shorts etc and went downstairs to get some quick breakfast. A coffee and jam and toast was like 60 baht, £1.20, Stef met me downstairs and he scranned the smae. The van came about 8:15 so pretty much on time for Asia. The vehicle was sound, well it was a mini truck cab which is basically an open VW ...