Amarin Nakorn Hotel
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... I've still got a cough although it does seem to be getting better slowly but surely. The bites have all pretty much clearer up now too so there must have been something in the Bangkok hostel that was biting me and it hadn't followed me- it was so strange!! 5 1/2 hours in..... Getting restless now!! Looks really pretty outside though- very foresty and lots of rivers. 8 hours ...
... be able to hold their breath for that long! Slowly, the group makes their way to the "elephant camp" (a concrete structure with some of the mahouts' houses nearby), where they spend the day. We then feed them pineapple leaves, which we also collected twice this week. Elephants eat 200-250 kilos of food per day, so the mahouts have to restock their food pile 2-3 times per week at various farms around the area. They have an agreement with the farmers that they can come and remove ...
... we came. Suddenly, this fine road drops down into a tiny fishing village on a lake and stops. We are on a penensula jutting out into a lake with no clear place to go. Finally, after driving around on various narrow unpaved road, we find 1-lane cement road with a red arrow pointing down it. What the heck. We drive down it. Sure enough, at the end of the road is a rustic restaurant, and a sandy beach with a ferry pulling in. I use the term "ferry" ...
... In all seriousness, it did take us a while to pick where to see elephants in South East Asia, as some locations don't have the best reputation for their treatment of the animals. Fortunately, the elephants at Lampang all seemed well treated and cared for. That's basically our way of saying 'don't judge us for watching an elephant playing the xylophone'. On to the second stop- Sukhothai- home to some pretty impressive old ruins. The Old City ...
... Continuously chatting. To whom actually?! Look, no one's listening. Send yourself crazy - go ahead. I somehow always knew I am different, maybe even crazy, but this is more craziness than expected - that's madness! Jumping from the past to the future, from the future to the past - back and forth, back and forth - whilst completely ignoring the presence. With absolute no one listening to the stories. Just a continuous flow of nonsense. ...