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TripAdvisor Reviews Chiangmai Ratanakosin Chiang Mai
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... really care for the elephants which was good to see but I still didn't feel 100% comfortable with the situation. We did enjoy our day and are glad that we experienced it because I for one have always wanted to. We stayed the night at the park with two others from Spain who were very nice and spoke very good english! The second day was more energetic! Firstly we gave the elephants their breakfast and took them for a bath! We then trekked through the jungle for an hour or so until ...
... anymore either.
Things we have learned
1. Elephants don't like being clean
2. Elephants belong in the wild
Planes used - 2
Buses used - 16
Trains used - 9
Metros/subways used - 17
Cars used - 5
Minivans - 6 (+3)
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 5
Cable cars used - 1
Bicycles used- 1
Tuk tuks used - 4
Scooters used - 1
Elephants used - ...
... when we went down some rapids. Someone on my raft actually fell in at one point, which we found really funny (once we were sure he wasn't drowning). The views were so beautiful; we were at the bottom of a huge valley, surrounded by trees and hardly a sound. It took us about 2 hours to reach the end point of our trek. This was easily my favourite part of the last few days. We had lunch at the village where we finished rafting and then had a 2 hour drive to get ...
Today was pretty awesome. Started off breakfast at local shack and had the famous banana pancake from the area, delicious. Then we headed off to the tiger kingdom. Spent couple hours there getting to go into the cages and pet the tigers, take pictures of them and of you with them. You can pick between smallest small medium and big cats, so we went with small and big. The big ones are quite big haha. But it was super cool I must admit. ...
... we were to throw more flowers along their feet. Sitting next to us was a lovely woman named Mary who lives out on the Pacific Coast in the US, just outside Seattle. The procession was very beautiful, and the buddhist believers around us were chanting and bowing. Following the procession, the wife threw yellow flowers into our pockets and told us that it would bring us good fortune.
We asked Mary to join us up the mountain to the temple as she didn't ...