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Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi
... the right place and its all the more scary when you yourself have no idea of the area
There are monkeys walking around here also and they are beautiful to see, they seem to have grown up with humans as they both walk down the path together!!! just breathtaking! unfortunately I wasnt quick enough with my camera and missed it but am trying my best to snap some before we leave to the next place. ...
... 1:15pm - Bury Food
2:00pm - Enclosure Cleaning
Time to bury food for the bears except that we were not given any shovels or hand trowels to dig holes. Since we had to be back in the enclosures to clean again we did both the 1:15 and 2:00pm chores together. Good thing Barnie was smart to use the coconut shell to dig and bury.
2:30 pm - Feed Out
Bears 1 team brought the cart with the food again and it was time to feed the bears. We went down the ...
... Fanta, total cost - 75 baht ($2.48).
Lunch break was until 1:15 pm
1:15 pm - Water Round for P2.
This was quick since most of the bowls were full.
2:00 pm - Special Project #2.
Cleaning out the freezer. Thinking back, this was probably the worst and most disgusting project for the entire week. The freezer was completely dirty and filled with semi rotten, frozen fruits that were stuck on the bottom of the freezer. It took us a good hour to ...
... these small canals at what can only be described as an unsafe speed. The floating market really was surreal, like all markets It sold absolute ****, but it was such an experience, and will make a good 'I did that' story back home. The prices were also ludicrous, yesterday I bought a bracelet for 20 baht, today, jake picked up a similar looking one and she quote 500. Don't think she was too impressed with our counter offer of 30. Back to ...
... with some coconut ice cream , served up in a coconut by a local street vendor, costing us only 60p. Next we jump in a Tuk Tuk to Khao San Road, costing us only a few pence. As we step out the 3 wheeled vehicle, we are instantly hounded by market stall holders trying to sell their wares - we are offered suits made to fit, wedding dresses and tattoos amongst other weird and wonderful things. The atmosphere is manic, taxis and Tuk Tuks ...