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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... way we stopped at the homemade crocheted doll shop called Bantaktor known as the Barbie doll of Thailand by the cheerful owner of the shop, it is such a cute shop well worth a browse.
There was a parade in the street today for a Buddhist holy celebration with music and a float, there are many celebrations for Buddha during the year always lots of noise and something unusual to see.
After a coffee break we went to the spa Kaew Sawan we had been to the ...
... enough reason to Go. The next day we had a whole day trip to see the elephants at the elephant nature park. We were picked up at about Half 8 and taken to the park. We met some of the elephants and then fed them bananas, watermelon and pumpkin. Very surreal. But absolutely AMAZING. After they had been fed we walked over to the other side of the park to stroke them and take pictures of them up ...
... in Bangkok the craziness due to the coup was taken further. The military announced that they are not holding elections for another year. This means that the military will be the central form of government for another year. Protestors in Bangkok have began using the Hunger Games symbol to protest the military coup. The symbol is now banned. It is a sign of silent protest which is banned by the military. Anyone flashing this sign will automatically be jailed for a week (or so ...
... 250-300kilos of food A DAY! We then hopped off and on to an Ox Cart which was quite a come down after the magical elephants! The wooden wheels went over every rock in sight which made for a rather uncomfortable 20minute journey of Joe refusing to buy bananas to feed them as hey weren't fun like the elephants! Haha. The trip continued on to a 4km, 45minute water raft (which were handmade on site) the two fellas ...
This morning we again awoke to roosters crowing and cold. The night was not as cold, though. After breakfast we made our way to the community learning center and taught some villagers basic English phrases. Time is very loose in Thai culture especially in the non-westernized areas, so they were about an hour late. So, I found basketballs and we played knock out for a good while. Daniel usually beat us and I like to attribute that to ...
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