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... plain steamed broccoli, no sauce or spices in it. And no rice! Ugh. We did have
watermelon and green mango which I really enjoyed. Hopefully in the states
there is green mango. For lunch we went to Fai Bakery and Restaurant and I had
shrimp pad Thai which was not to bad but it had two pieces of shrimp very
disappointed but my iced coffee was the BOMB! And we also had the chance to get
a baked good and I got pecan tarts. They were quite tasty reminded me ...
... br> I frantically sent a couple emails hoping against hope that maybe just maybe they would be received in the morning before they leave to make the rounds to begin picking up guests. I also figured I would get up at 6 and start trying to call and if I couldn't get through I would go to their office in the city at 7 and wait. I was up until about 230 fretting about this situation. I set alarms for 545, 6, and 7, expecting that I will be exhausted with it already being ...
... The big cat, by the way, was quite a big bigger - I think we have a picture. But he just laid there and you had to wait a long time to get a chance to see him.
Next Rhiannon went to spend time with the two-month old and four-month old babies. We have many pictures of this.
This day was so eventful, with so many pictures, that it is spread across four blog entries. With this entry you will see many pictures of the ...
... of the property and over to the bathing area! Here is where the elephants got so play in the water and we got to brush them and pour water on them as we pleased. Everyone got pretty wet and had a good time.
After about half an hour of that, we headed back into camp. From there we got off the elephants and were told we could go get changed. They have little showers where you can wash off and change and even provided towels. ...
... impressions. So we booked a room for only 250 baht a night and after a short rest we explored the city on a bike.Chiang Mai is a nice city and has a complete different groove than Bangkok. It is less crowded, more laid back and a little cheaper than Bangkok too.We liked it and enjoyed the cheap and delicious food and the fresh air.
But our plan was not to stay for to long because we wanted to move on to the “Happy Helling Home”.Our first volunteer ...