Dolphin Bay Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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After a painful Sunday with Thomas having picked up a stomach bug (probably from T eating street food with Dad watching Barcelona), we headed back to Bangkok only to be caught in the Queen's motorcade travelling back from the Royal retreat in Hua Hin... 6 hours later we got back to Bangkok. Painful weekend!
After a 2.5 hour drive from Bangkok we enjoyed Dolphin Bay. About 40 mins past Hua Hin and very quiet...
... that our bike lights were actually just handheld torches, we headed off for food. The journey back was eventful with me straying towards a few ditches, screaming several times as though that would help me avoid falling over but somehow managing to stay upright. Clearly this is not a recommended course of action but somehow in Thailand on a road with virtually no traffic it doesn't seem like such a dumb thing to do....well not until the next morning ...
... also their poop. They also get a shower/wash twice a day, and most days they also go out for a walk around the surrounding area. The feeding and cleaning is done 4 times a day. Every other day the volunteers need to go out for a harvest which takes a couple of hours. This is to gather all the food the elephants will need for the next day. There is banana harvest, where you need your strength as you have to carry banana trees and load them in a ...
... driver stuck his head out, "150 baht please". The trip was worth every single baht. We were met at the front of the resort and escorted to the rear of the property were the restaurant was located, overlooking the beach. The decor of the resort and restaurant promoted a sense of serenity and relaxation. It was like entering a zen retreat, where man-made structures were in harmony with the natural environment, with abstract teak screens dividing the ...