Pann Malee Home
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... wonderful with a fantastic guide, so funny and charming. First we went a ways up the river with stories and commentary from our guide, including sometimes pictures of what a certain bridge or section of the river may have looked like over the years.
Then we stopped at a little farmhouse and the guide took us around to show us the plants that were growing, in many cases stopping to pinch a leaf for ...
... replied: "Khao San Road!"
They agreed to split up
And thus began the hunt.
He should be east to spot,
That fat, beardy -
Music pumped loudly
Backpackers pushed through the strife.
There was no doubt about it,
Elephant trousers were rife.
It took all their effort
But they summoned their power
Searching each bar
Chang tower, by Chang tower.
"Hic", said Jill
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... Chaeng Taem. This temple was small and had nothing on its ground of great significance. The stairs leading up to the temple, however, were an amazingly intricate set of white dragons inlayed with sparkling greens, reds, and blues. Inside the temple were window shutters with again beautifully ornate paintings of gold on a black background. We were lucky enough to be the only people in this temple at the time, which is always a unique feeling, to be alone within a sacred space. ...
... to watch, especially off the balcony of our private bungalow. Feeling quite lavish, really. We headed down for breakfast and to meet with the rest of the group. Since today was second day and we had a little bit more choice and we got to choose what we wanted to do today. We chose to go for a long walk in the morning walking with the elephants and hearing more about some of the ones we didn't meet yesterday. This was probably my favourite just to walk with them and look ...
... to the rescue with my lovely pink boohoo poncho which conveniently fit both myself and my back pack inside. Once sorted it was time to set off, if you come up in to the jungle then you have to get yourself back down. Apparently getting to the pick up point was going to be closer than the starting point so that made me feel a bit better. We walked for about an hour and a half, it was raining and very slippy for most of it. Matty was like a big kid ...