The Forest Resort & Spa
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... french fries. The sandwiches were very small, and I devoured them within seconds. The carrot turned out to be papaya, which I also ate, but I could not abide the lettuce, which looked several weeks old. They served us "orange juice," which Blake described tasting like liquified tic-tacs. It was in a small plastic bottle, and I'm pretty sure it was Tang. This meal was uncharacteristically bad. So far, all the meals we've had have been pretty good. Portion sizes ...
... we rode Elephants. Louise and I had done this before but don't remember it being so scary. I rode a mature female and Louise and Sam rode an 8 year old female. After a short time, Sam was very freaked out and asked to get off his elephant. We tried convincing him that he had nothing to fear and that ...
... I cannot sleep
Sorry it's long and I am complaining a lot but I am so disappointed, underwhelmed and most of all embarrassed at myself. I cannot believe that I can't just feel mature enough to do this trip. I sound so bratty because this is an amazing opportunity but it should be given to someone who actually wants it- not an ungrateful person like me.
I hope my parents will allow me to book an earlier flight home and I will pay them back.
... back into place. They earned a pretty big tip. Danielle went into some room where a boy taught her how to canoe down a bamboo river. I'm still confused. Our afternoon job: planting pumpkins. We met Jane at the shed where he informed us, "one hoe per two people." So, we took a selfie with our shared hoe. It was beautiful hike up the hill and into the forest to plant some pumpkins. The view of the surrounding forest from our elevation was breathtaking and totally ...
... or smallest, I know 100's of people go in a cage with a tiger everyday but that didn't really appeal to me- or Sam! So we chose smallest, they were really cure and playful, and we even got some pictures with the small ones, but I felt like I was being selfish, these tigers are wild animals who are stuck in a cage/ room all day with people cuddling them, touching them and poking them and all it seems they want to do is sleep, the adult tigers seem totally out of it, ...