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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... the week we also helped cut the food and unload the food trucks, planted corn, macheted banana tree's, cut corn, weeded and the best activity - elephant walk where we got our best pictures. Around the 3 hours in the morning and 2 in the afternoon of work, we were fairly free. We walked dogs who were been treated in the park, and some who had been rescued. The park had over 360 dogs, 39 elephants and 200 cats! Everyday I went down to the river at 4pm for elephant ...
As the shrill cry from the cockerel pierced the ears of all within its vicinity, we gradually woke; groggy as ever. The Happy Water had inevitably been finished and this would only make the morning more difficult. It wasn't long before we were trudging through the jungle in search of the two resident elephants. It also wasn't long before Dan was relieving himself of unwanted liquids. He still claims it was the Thai bottled water (the purity of which is questionable) but ...
... Thai food today... I decided to go wild and have pizza for lunch and McDonald's for dinner (oopsie!!) then we had a quiet night in enjoying the fact we had hot showers as we are up early tomorrow to go elephant riding! :) Really enjoying Chang Mai... Everybody is so friendly but it is so sad to see how hard they work and for such little money!! Makes me appreciate everything I have at home and feel very fortunate! Love to you all from Chang Mai ...
... by. As one would say, it’s always better the second time around! And I couldn’t agree more!
From the rugged countryside roads, the paved roads of the highways were eventually switched to which brought us all the way back to Chiang Mai, a good hour and a half later! My private little outing of ...
... waste and the Baht. Your feet will get wet though, and the maintenance of the machine and its filters is somewhat questionable. We ran into Anabelle, grabbed some street food and beer an spent the evening with a band at Deejai's garden. I thought I might get a lie in this year. Its not to be and Tuesday morning we got up at 6am to get to the immigration office. You can extend a sixty day tourist visa for thirty further days for 1900 Baht (around £30). You need ...
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