YMCA International Hotel
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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 …
... heading home. Once we got back, our Thai buddies made us Mama Noodles, and then we spent the evening catching up on our work and relaxing.
One thing that continues to bother me is the giving nature of the Thai culture. During cooking class, my buddies would not share my food with me unless I insisted that I was full and did not ...
Yuki and I flew from Chengdu, China via Hong Kong, to Chiang Mai, Thailand in a long day. We settled in at a wonderful guest house/Thai healing school and took a magical steam bath trying to flush the toxins of China out of our systems. We both arrived a bit ill. I still struggled with a raw throat and Yuki was hacking away like a 4 pack a day chain smoker. Baan Hom Samunphrai is an absolutely wonderful place to rest up and heal. ...
... it turns out that I know him and went to college with him! Such a small world! We were literally screaming in each other's faces in disbelief at this... it was very entertaining!
After a lot of socialising, we decided that most of us wanted to go to the 'Sunday Market Walking Street' where they shut off the streets around Tha Phae Gate. It was amazing and so cheap so I bought lots of presents for family and I will go to another market this week to get more presents. I ...
... the view. Before long, a Thai man came along, got his trunks on and proceeded to stand under the waterfall. When he had finished, he came over to talk to us and promptly told us that he was a Man United fan, that he was from Bangkok and that he was on a short holiday. His parting warning was that if the water turned red, it meant a big surge of water was coming so we should move away. Thankfully, we didn't have to act ...