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... the attendants made us read the rules first, like stay to the back of the Tiger, do not touch paws or head and we were aloud only to bring in the camera with us. Also paid for a CD to be made which has turned out amazing of the large and the small tigers. What an experience well worth the $100, they were beautiful animals and it was great to be told they are only kept at the camp until 5 years old and then released ...
Another brilliant day-stopped at a local market on our way to the school to be taught about the different types of rice, noodles and vegetables. We then had a tour and more instruction around the small holding garden, before deciding what we were all going to cook- 7 dishes in total, with stir fries,curry etc all taught together. Really well organised ...
... gray fog covering the bottom of the green tropical covered hillside. The first thing we approached was a giant dark green wooden sign blocking the pathway, listing the "village rules" completely in Thai. I shrugged my shoulders and moved forward, I assumed they generally referred to stealing and stuff of that sort; who knows!
Walking for that long and hard makes you very hungry.
Things I learned in the Thai Jungle #4: If you're desperate, silk worms are ...
... see that I got my hair cut! Ed did too. the equivalent of $9 usd. for both of us. love it!
we also had some great pizza with our neighbors, visited a TESCO market for a few staples and tried a number of new Food Stalls too! Enjoy ! we miss you xxxxooo
I am going to try to move some photos... I posted a number of the photos from the TEMPLE on the Mountain here by accident. But you get a sneak peak of the wonderful place we visited.
... red dust covering his face.The last cave looked quite daunting. Some steep rocky steps led up to a chasm of an entrance like a black gaping mouth. We were hit quite a way out by the powerful smell of bat ****. There were clearly a lot of bats in there! We walked in and with our Taiwanese friends walked through the entrance and into the darkness. When the lights of the torches were shone upwards the whole cave was moving. Hundreds of bats ...