Kaomai Lanna Resort
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... br> we leave tomarrow which is your today for the number 5 recommended beach in Thailand. Will
work our way to #1 as we head to Maylasia.
We tried our first Food from India today! Loved what we got , I chickened out and got mild
chicken curry and naan buttered . Roy had some kind of a chicken dish as well and we both
... we're still unsure about - what DID we eat? Cycling around Ayuthaya was hard work as it was so hot, especially when you get lost (thanks Michael) and have to pedal down some unsavoury backstreets full of rabid dogs and strange groups of kids....but finally we got there, in one piece and sweating like you wouldn't believe. The temples were interesting, mostly the Buddha head in a tree: apparently a huge sandstone Buddha used to sit in front of the tree, ...
... and the first one in Thailand is Elephant Nature Park, where you can see the elephants in a semi wild environment and interact with them but no riding. They also had 400 dogs around the park. Imagine how happy I was that day!
Last adventure in Chiang Mai was a 2 day meditation retreat with Rihannon. We were given our meditation clothes, and driven about an hour away from town to a temple in the mountains.
... up a makeshift clinic in a rural area, coordinating with foreign health care providers (when Internet is sparse or non-existent!), trying to keep the work sustainable-- that definitely requires a good amount of money. This place is just in the beginning stages. There was a Karen village and an elephant camp right next to the Eco-village. Karen tribes are one of the several tribes in northern Thailand. They didn't seem poor, just really rural. We went over to ...
... to the sanctuary and got to feed Lucky (lucky was nearly dead before Lek saved him and he is a teenager who came to the sanctuary 2 years ago from being abused in the circus trade) we fed lucky massive watermelons, bannanas, and pineapples, The elephants eat up to 4 massive buckets each a day!!!
We then went for a walk and got to meet the eldest elephant on the site called Tilly (she meant even more to me as my mums nickname is tilly and ...