Bodhi Serene Hotel
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... creature, from taking what is not given, from erotic behavior, from incorrect speech, liquor, drugs, eating at the wrong time, dancing, singing, music, shows, wearing jewelry, cosmetics, perfumes, or lying on any kind of luxurious bed), and the do’s and don’ts of Thai culture and everyday wat life (there were so many). This was not exactly my initial picture of this little "getaway" to find my true self amidst a little bliss.
Admittedly, after reading all ...
... monks, they will struggle to keep up traditions.
Anyway, I took a yellow Songtail to Doi Saket market and changed to another one to get into the village, where I rented a bike for one month. Finally! Last month, I just mooched off people since practically everyone rented bikes so there was at least one not in use at any given moment. But I figure I'd want my own bike this time to do my own thing.
My room got upgraded! I was in a cave of a room with two ...
... we got to wash them by chucking buckets of water over them. It was so much fun! After washing the elephants we spent some time sitting and watching them roam again and even got to hear them trumpet!!! A little later, we walked across the park to where a herd were hanging out with the parks founder, Lek. We got to meet her and witness got ourselves how much the elephants love her as they were constantly crowding around her, cuddling her with their trunks. We had a photo with her ...
... seeing a Panda on her bucket list, so was like a fat kid in a cake shop when she saw them. I have to admit, pretty cool animal. Spent a few hours walkin around there and then headed to the Sunday market. We didn't get chance when we were up here, so couldn't miss out this time too; it did not let us down! Endless stores of food, clothes, gismos etc etc. It really was class, and we all end up buying a few things. Based on the ...
... I felt drowsy and hot. When those guys had kindly given me the water, I felt better but I know it was the beginning of dehydration. By the evening, it had firmly set in.
The journey to Chiang Mai was only five hours but I could not get there quickly enough. We passed so many shops I had not seen in months; Tesco's, Makro, Esso, Shell. This country seemed very westernised. I felt a ...