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... in front telling him her what to do all by voice commands (just like walking a dog). She was so beautiful and well behaved and we got to wash her afterwards, and by wash they we had to give a proper scrub, went on for ages. We then got given a shower by her and fed her some fruit - big slimey tongues - I love elephants! Have finally made it today, and we have just got back from a bamboo rafting tour round a nature reserve, we were so bored for the first 4ish hours, had not seen ...
... begon de behandeling: 's ochtends om 07.00 een priveles yoga, gevolgd door een uur shiatsu massage (veel prikken, knijpen en oprekken, auw!) en 's middags nog anderhalfuur ayurvedische massage op een glibberige houten tafel en liters olie. En dat zeven dagen lang. Geloof het of niet, maar ik kan geen massage meer zien! Ook kreeg ik wat voedingsrichtlijnen: geen suiker, geen caffe´ne, geen witbrood/rijst, veel groente ...
... and building the guesthouse bit by bit.
The place now had 5 rooms and had cost him 50k in total to build. Currently he's just running the business before adding a further two floors.
After dinner we went for a walk into the market with Shukour as Annabelle had told him she wanted to get a bag of mixed spices but did not want to be ripped off. He took us to see one of his friends and we found just what we were looking for, it ...
... happy when we finally ended that trek.
We visited a small waterfall while crossing a lake with a paddle boat that probably was the highlight of our "safari". And finished checking a view point that gave us a perspective of the immense wild park and left back to town with our speedy Gonzalez driver. On the way we succeed to see a mama elephant and her baby eating. All the drivers/guides that stopped the jeeps ...
... To our delight we
got another jeep safari on the way out from the park with Haji and
this time we saw plenty more including black monkeys and langurs, a
mongoose (which is very rare and loved wild figs) and more bison.
In all we decided that we were very lucky with all the animals that we had seen
on our trip even though we hadn't seen a tiger. Though we knew the
chances of that were very slim as sadly there are only 44 left in the