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This was an off the wall choice driven by the desire to do something different and wishing to commission a piece of leather work.
Suranat is the name of the owner as well as the brand name. Suranat is a leather worker of the highest order. His business is a combination of making a range of standard products, taking commissions and teaching the leather classes.
Currently the class for us was taken in a former coffee shop. His studio ...
... Buddha is called The Nine Face Buddha. I ate delicious mango and sticky rice. I walked past a very small street market and encounter some tribespeople selling food. I bought a wooden stand in order to exhibit the silver bangles that I had purchased from Cambodia. In the evening, I headed over to a night market, where there were many lovely things to buy. I sat in a restaurant and watched some very glamorous Ladyboys walking up and down, advertising their nearby ...
... elephants. We spent the rest of the day watching the elephants play and we got to feed them again. We had to say goodbye to the elephants at around 3:30.
I loved this because it was the first time I got to get up close and touch an elephant. I had been waiting for this day for so long. I learned so much about them, and I hope to go back to the park when I am older and volunteer there. I would also like to volunteer with all of the animals. It is such a great place.
... after airline food - the journey to the hotel here, and the lovely welcome of iced tea and cold towels The less good? (for the sake of balance ) - I didn't fork out for business class. My recent long haul adventures have been in business class, curtesy of points or work. Much much harder to go back. Before I didn't know what I was missing! - full flights - though the Qatar service is very pleasant, as was Bangkok air - but would have been so much nicer with an ...
... break related.
To summarise our epic moped journey, tonight we handed back a shattered Yamaha 125cc. Somehow it had miraculously lugged us two heavyweights 1002 Km. K spent about 15 hours holding on tight, whilst M got the moped to do things that mopeds shouldn't do.
Not sure we should have been doing this trip at our ripe old age, however, it did impress the locals and we had a fantastic few days away.