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Sunday 20th August 06' (Diary) '...Up and out - shame to be leaving the hut, possibly the nicest location I've stayed in all tour - just a simple hut for a simple person, perched on a hillside overlooking a lagoon - what more can be said? Myself, R & J, all piled into the back of a pick-up truck for lift back to the port (Had Mae Had), I …
... with today and I was still busy at four pm when I took a break,
went for a stroll and then worked again from six till eight pm. After dinner
and a glass of ‘vino’ I was ‘knackered’ and fell into bed.’
[i] ‘Jai yen yen’ is a laid back
attitude associated with the ability not to take offense at anything. It is a
character trait all Thais aspire to but few attain.
... and Tom and I did a duet. A French man commented that he teared up when he saw us singing together because there was so much love. An Austrian man shared a room with Tom and I. A Czechoslovakian couple slept in hammocks. The thin cottom mats on bamboo floors were not comfortable. The village roosters started at 2 AM. Tom slept poorly. I slept pretty well because of fatigue but it was a tough night for most of the ...
... and smiling hostess delivered free water and little biscuits to our very comfortable seats and we trundled south out of Chiang Mai for a pleasant hour or so. On cue the bus stopped and we jumped of at the entrance to the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre.
There are numerous elephant shows around Thailand and we discovered that many of them are at places where the elephants are not treated too well and some are even are beaten in order to train them. ...