B2 Premier Resort & Spa
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... before we hit a bump and sure enough the Sheetrock snapped in half over our heads like a cracker. Awesome. We were determined that if we could make it at least half way we could make it all the way back home with the board in tact. So to the amusement of the hardware shop we pulled back up and exchanged a broken board with a new one (had to buy it) and got back on our way. This time we tried a different technique of holding the board on one side of the scooter, while driving a ...
... hospital where sick elephants from all across the country are bought to rehabilitate. On the way to our second visit of the day, we stopped at Chiang Mai station where we were able to pick up the train ticket from Bangkok to Surat Thani, we need this to reach Ko Phanagan at the end of the tour. We then headed to The Temple of Doi Suthep which is found in the hills above Chang Mai, set at the top of 300 steps the temple contains a solid gold structure ...
Today was our last day with the elephants. We were up by 9am to have breakfast, it was lovely, a little bit more westernised but still delicious. We had little pancakes, similar to scotch pancakes but they were made from coconut milk and had bits of coconut in them, they had icing sugar and chocolate sauce on them, they were lovely. There was fresh pineapple too, I've eaten so much pineapple in the last week! After breakfast we all met at about 11am to head back to the ...
... there are loads of great activities available so we wasted no time and went to visit the Tiger kingdom. We wern't entirely sure about this as we wondered if the Tigers were abused. Either drugged or with claws and teeth pulled out. We were assured that he Tigers are absolutely not drugged but that like cats they tend to sleep for many hours in the day. We decided to go and if the park did not look well organized or the animals were obviously Mal treated we would leave. ...
... my face were forced and I didn't stay there long. A lot of the tigers that were around were playing and looked really healthy but how can people get so close? It's not just one or two people who have looked after them all their lives that can be close to them but hundreds of tourists everyday. They say they hand-rear them and they are only kept until they are three years old before going to a large tiger park for breeding. They also say that they ...