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We went in a minibus out into the country. We rode an elephant into the jungle. We fed the elephant sugar cane and bananas. I think it was a female because it didn't have any tusks. Our mahout was pretty kind to the elephant. Then we walked through the Karen village where a woman was weaving. We walked past the paddy fields and along to a waterfall …
... I returned to the hotel for a swim to cool off because it was so hot and humid. I had lunch at the hotel restaurant, which has great food and service. I enjoyed the hotel's outstanding facilities until it was time to go to the Chiang Mai Cabaret Show.
I couldn't wait to see the cabaret show and it was awesome. I I lined up and paid for my ticket and got one the better seats high up in ...
Today I told the guys we should get mopeds to check out Wat Phra That Doi Suthep as it's ment to be an icon in Thai temples. We all got one each and set off in search of a petrol station, Will and Harry have never drove on the road before and Keegan wasn't a confident driver. Me and Gav said we'd go at the front and back of the group to look after every one. After filling up the tanks we headed onwards to the ...
Mason, Here is the math question of the day:
We filled the gas tank of Billy's truck with diesel gasoline. It was practically empty and took 67.02 liters of gas at a cost of 30.44 baht per liter.
One liter equals 0.26 US gallons. You know that one baht equals about $0.03 (3 cents)
How many gallons would 67.02 liters convert to?
How many baht did the tank of gas cost? Convert that to US dollars?
What is the price ...
We awake the next morning with the clatter of train tracks and a bad back. Chang Mai was still 2hrs away so we had time for coffee and breakfast from the food carriage. Having heard quite a bit of positive about the city, we were looking forward to getting to know the Northern Thai food and culture.
Getting off the train into the small, pretty station, the place is full ...