B2 Premier Resort & Spa
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... did have three hours! The market was the most impressive of anywhere so far, stretching from street to street going off in all directions with live music performances, food, drink and everything you could ever wish to buy. We had a selection of foods from different vendors for tea, some noodles and herbs, BBQ chicken, curry sauce on rice, ice lolly, rosella fruit juice and I think there was something else but I've forgotten! Safe to say we maybe got ...
... upon straight away in the form of Tesco (branded 'Tesco Lotus') and Boots in Chaing Rai, the latter being particularly welcome for the sun lotion, deet spray and familiar toiletries all over the shelves. This is very sad I know, but it's been a while and familiar items like these, no matter how small, feel like a real luxury!
Chiang Rai is a town just ninety minutes below the border and as such is as hot and humid as we were used to, it's the first stop off on this well ...
... colours with elephants on), baggy tops (the elephant logo is quite popular), jewellery (with elephants), paintings (of elephants) and wooden sculptures (often elephants).
The next day we headed to Tiger Kingdom! We got a taxi there with two Danish girls from our hostel. It was a very surreal moment as you pay to enter an enclosure with tigers! You can choose from big, medium, small and smallest tigers. We decided to visit the big tigers and got to stroke, hug and ...
... Many elephants are forced to work as beggars in big cities as well and some of them had been injured by stepping on landmines from previous wars. These elephants range from 2-80 years old. Throughout the day we were able to learn about the elephants, feed them, bathe them and watch them go about their daily business. They need to eat a staggering amount, so the average elephants eats for 18 hours a day, and sleeps only four hours. It was so wonderful to be so ...
... He seemed up-beat, laughing and joking with us but it was also evident that he was ready to go. He said he wanted to see his brother who recently passed. We also got to meet his wife who is also in her seventies and is his sole caregiver. She is an angel in disguise, caring for her bedridden husband's every need. He was well taken care and it makes me wonder how she manages it all. There was no sign of even one bed sore! ...