Asia Lampang Hotel
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... to their rest areas to rest and to eat. Mr Pon took us over to where Wanalee and her mahout Tian were shading under a tree. Tian was very smiley & a really nice man. He clearly loved Wanalee and she was so relaxed and gentle that we are sure they had a lot of fun together.
We stayed with her a while a fed her sugar cane sticks which are a real favourite treat of elephants everywhere. We also fed her bananas and lots of other stuff. Elephants are ...
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... we got to know the mahouts better through card games and moonshine and drifted to sleep listen to the crickets and birds and the sound of the nearby stream.
In the morning we awoke bright and early, packed our bags, and headed back through the jungle to the Mahout Training Center, then to the lake for one last bath with our elephants. Back at the center we received our certification of Mahout Training, snapped the last few pictures we could, and headed out toward our next ...
... good power soaker trunks aiming right at him. It was hilarious! We then had one last show, where this time we were pros and finished up with a small graduation certificate having successfully completed our elephant mahout training. Our final tutorial of the day consisted of playing with the elephant poo. Here at the onsite dung paper factory we got our hands mucked into the fascinating process of making paper out of elephant dung, with the proceeds of the sales going ...
... with them exchanging stories about each others backgrounds. We learned that their trip ended in Lampang, a much smaller city about 30 kilometers outside of Chiang Mai.
Despite the rattle and ruckus of the train, I slept great. We awoke early the next morning and had pork rice soup in the dining car. While we watched Thailand out the window, we met a man originally from California. Turns out he had been in Thailand half of his life, ...