Rux-Thai Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRux-Thai Guest House Chiang Mai
I paid the most dollar for accommodation in this Thai/Laos/Cambodia trip. It is oan ld looking place and somewhat creepy feeling about the building but the reception was warm and friendly which made my stay rather satisfactory.
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We were up today to go ziplining! I LOVE zip lining! It was so much fun with about 10 huge ziplines through the forest, however there wasn't many obstacles to get through like at Go ape and we had to have two guides; Tee and Dee to do every thing for us. They did make the trip though constantly scaring us shouting 'No Wait' just as we ...
... to honor the Buddha that represents the day they were born, for example giving alms to the coffer below it. Giving alms is supposed to gain merit (good karma) and good health.
This temple also has a Jeti (a solid, cone shaped temple). Buddhists must walk around it counterclockwise three times and say a prayer that is written down on a sheet of paper. Basically all of them carry flowers around with them, between their wai-ed hands (prayer position). In addition to ...
... then, got assigned to an elephant. My elephant's name was Pang. We got to "make friends" with our elephants by feeding them sugar cane and bananas. We also got to give them a drink from a hose. After we were all friends with our elephants we learned how to climb on to them and ride them bare back. The climbing on was probably the scariest part of the whole riding process. Who knew that there were four different ways to get on to an elephant without using a ladder ...