Abloom Exclusive Serviced Apartments
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... ceiling fans. Parts of the film were quite horrific. It showed how young elephants have their spirit brutally broken in the traditional methods of training them for logging work. Others were traumatised by being set to work begging on the streets of Bangkok. Elephants feel vibrations through their feet , so to be on a busy street with cars and trucks thundering by is very distressing for them. A baby elephant was seen swaying from side to side, a sign of extreme distress , ...
... on our own afterwards. But to my surprise, he explained that the Grand Palace wouldn't open until 1pm today due to a special event... after a brief consensus and some little negotiations, we decided that we might as well go with our new kind friend. So he brought us to one temple and we pretty much realized we already had enough of temples, and that we definitely didn't want to go on the river. Basically, all we really wanted was to go to the Grand Palace. Our friend ...
... taking a taxi to the outskirts. The thai guy at the shop said he lived near the outskirts and he knew the way. He used the English speaking girl instructions and she made out a map. I tried to ask important questions, like is it the first left street or the bigger left street. Some things you find out are like, " oh yeah, you'll have to go against the flow of traffic on that Rd "
... left gasping for breath, bobbing in the middle of the ocean in no mans land like a toilet floater. Somehow after 45mins we made it across and collapsed on what turned out to be a true idyllic desert island. We had to pay 100baht each to have the privilege of visiting the island which was pure heaven. Just one beach with pure white sand and clear sea. We tried to relax and enjoy it but in the back of our minds we knew we had the awful job of kayaking back! Eventually we plucked ...