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It's hard to believe we've been in Thailand almost a full month, and I'm just getting around to publishing a blog entry on the night before we're leaving. January in Northern Thailand is perfect weather (sunny in the low 80's with no rain, no humidity!). We couldn't ask to be staying in a better location so close to the beautiful mountains. …
... nurses touch the area of the stick while gloved or even tear off the fingertips of the gloves to feel for the vein. Here, I accidentally got too close to the area with my gloved hand and had to clean the area a second time. It is so interesting how you are always surprised in some way by differences- big and small.
On our floor there was a patient with a chest tube which was so interesting because I have never seen the glass bottle tube system. I am used to one disposable plastic ...
... out buckets full of watermelon and bananas. We were told not to directly put the food in their mouths but to hold it out and wait for them to snap it up in their trunks, some of them were getting excited and helping themselves to the food in the buckets. We were lucky enough to feed the herd with the baby elephant, the mothers would grab some fruit and throw it down on the floor, we soon realised this was because the baby couldn't reach us so they were putting it down for them. ...
... back with Film. At the camp we did a little more gift shop browsing and then boarded the bus for the ride back to campus. Many of our group fell asleep on the way, but we were nowhere close to being done for the day! Back at the college we enjoyed a little down time before meeting for a traditional American pizza and coca cola dinner wit our buddies. American food meant that I, of course, could not eat it.... So it was yummy Thai cereal for me. Go rice! After dinner we piled ...
... them, we found “Elephant Nature Park” offered the best care.
However, book early if you want to go else you'll be told they are
fully booked and wont get to go, like us! Book tours at Jaidi House,
it is one of the cheapest of the many places that offer the same
Yes, it is lovely little town with many
markets and shops to wonder, a peaceful park in one corner, loads of
good food and many adventurous activities (if you have the ...