Elephant Hills Tented Camp
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... nearby mud pool. You could tell they were loving it as they were rolling around the banks rubbing themselves down on the grass. They would roll around in the water, fully submerging themselves then come up and douse themselves in water from their trunks. We then headed over to the hose area to be greeted by another 3 elephants who were waiting for us. We all took turns in hosing the elephants down whilst scrubbing them with coconut shell. For some reason the one we had seemed to ...
... br> We quickly try to center ourselves once again...reminding ourselves how lucky we are to be here..... We truly ARE grateful for our lives and our journey together!!!
Ok...the first night was a bit of a struggle...bitten by ants ALL night...and hearing the macaque monkeys having a great time in our 'very open' bathroom all night !!
The first morning...we both feel a bit off..wondering what's going on? Are ...
... off to each side that you can stay in. We swam in lake whilst waiting for lunch to be ready. I jumped in, expecting the water to be cold, but was pleasantly surprised to find it really quite warm, like getting into a bath. After lunch, we walked through the jungle, watching and listening as our guide pointed out various things around us, such as tarantula holes, which if you shone your torch down, you could see beady eyes looking ...
... There is definitely something to be said for just being in the moment and taking in the the beauty around us. We were originally going to hike in the jungle to see some waterfalls however, I was somewhat hesitant because of all the rain we got overnight. It was coming down in sheets!!! Brad fell a sleep while waiting for me to get ready and the kids followed shortly after. I guess they needed a break from all the ...
Day 5 After parting ways with Tom it was time to continue my own journey. For breakfast our mini van stopped at a 7/11 for some toasties and a can of iced coffee. It was a couple of hours drive to get to our boat but driving through the countryside of a place like Thailand is rather nice as it's a different world compared with Bangkok. Kinda like comparing Auckland with the desert road. We then stopped off at our drivers house to get changed into our swim gear and get ...