Haad Chao Samran A. Muang, Phetchaburi, 76100, Thailand | Hotel
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Day 6 - Split Teams - Primates 1 and Primates 2

A travel blog entry by exotictravels


... with Barnie again on Primates 1 and I am on Primates 2 in the jungle with Athe.

Our rounds are the same as on Day 2 with Primates 2 and Day 3 with Bears 1.

At least with 2, I don't have to prepare any food as I did not like working in the Food House where it is really hot and has tons of flies. I already had over 10 mosquito bites and have discovered a rash on my feet and wrists, I think I am allergic to Deet in ...

Day 3 - Bears 1

A travel blog entry by exotictravels


... in the teaspoon of Potassium powder for 10mins and then rinse them completely. Next Paul & Tan start cutting the fruits and I start dividing them into the 24 baskets for bears. When we are done, we pile them on the cart. 7:00 am - Feed Out Time to feed the Bears. We pull the cart along the path and drop off 2 baskets for the Thai staff so they can feed the more aggressive bears. Then we pull it all the way down to the bear enclosures ...

Bangkok, Day 2

A travel blog entry by garyzgeb


... Thai souvenirs vendors, we boarded our ship with a satisfied, but exhausted feeling. Thailand's definitely a place to come back to - for me, mostly to check out the countryside and mountainous areas, which Tony recommended and he assured me would be cooler and less humid. As we approached the gangplank we were once again greeted by the now very familiar giggles of "washy-washy" by the crew armed with hand-held squeeze-boxes of Purell hand sanitizer. Celebrity, like all ...

Kob Khun Ka, Thailand

A travel blog entry by calamitycat


... one finds in any given 7/11 in Thailand (disappointingly I never was able to find a 7/11 who had one of the custard filled toasted sandwiches advertised in stock), and found our guesthouse for the night (which, by the way, was absolutely huge, yet I am fairly sure we were the only guests - I have no idea how they make their money?!)

The next morning we were up bright and early and took to the water with our boat driver. We drifted through the floating markets ...

Monkeys and temple caves

A travel blog entry by ninar0307


Our next stop was an sweet town call Petchaburi. Here we met up with friends James and Megan, both of who live and teach in this town, and some friends from Ayutthaya, Joe, his sister Fai, and Joe's friend Suhe. We had a lovely dinner our first night, apart from them being out of many things. I had ordered som tam, spicy papaya salad but instead of telling me they were out of papaya, they decided to bring me a salad ...


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