Anantasila by the Sea, Hua Hin
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... the trek, the magnificent Songkhran, a six year old baby elephant, put on a little show for us. She dunked a basketball in a hoop, kicked a soccer ball past me into a goal, placed hats on each of our heads, and posed for pictures! She has even learned how to take tips from people. Who can say no to baby elephant who brings her own basket to ask for tips. Surely not I. We had a blast today, it was really a dream come ...
... then back at the hotel I checked in, my room is really nice.. The bed is massive! Hehe I went downstairs and used the wifi for a bit before and then went to the restaurant to get dinner, considering I've been travelling for 4 months on my own, that's the first time I've sat in a restaurant on my own! I choose to have a Thai dish as it was my last night in ...
I left Africa a few days ago and got on the flight to Bangkok. This is where I met Jess and Matt started his backpacking. I met Jess at the airport but only after I had put out an announcement because I couldn't find her. She had her friend Sam with her who was lovely and she stayed with us pretty much the whole time in Bangkok. We went to get in a taxi to Ko San Road which is the backpacker area but because of all the riots no tut tut or taxi would ...
Woke up late, and went to the train station to buy tickets to Malaysia. After, we went to a modern mall with air conditioning to buy groceries. Willie, our driver, took us to get fruit from the street vendors. We got all kinds of tropical exotic delicious fruits such as papaya, mango, dragon fruit, etc. We chilled out at the villa for the rest of the day by the ...
... the last few days, due to over booking at the centre I was asked if I would be interested in working on the widelife section for a bit, so on Saturday I was assigned to work on Primates 2, the penultimate stage f gibbon rehabilitation before their release into the wild. This was very different and very interesting, feeding them their fruit in baskets on pulleys, and likewise with their water, them preparing an interesting banana, mango and sweetcorn mush that we put in to ...