Krisdadoi Chiang Mai
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... was split into 3 and Cat and I ended up with a great bunch of similar aged people which included Leyla-J, Kerri, Arthur and Amy from the UK, Lauren from Texas, Ashleigh and Tharnie from Oz and Frazer and Matty from NZ. We spent a lot of our free time playing the card game 'sh*t head' so we became the 'Sh*t head crew'! Morning tasks followed a rotation of either preparing food for the elephants, going out of the park to collect bamboo and banana palm or clearing ...
... pineapple chicken, soup, fried spring rolls, pad Thai, fresh fruit and steamed rice. Everything was extremely tasty, and having been a little weary to eat food elsewhere in the city, I gobbled up as much as possible not knowing what our next meal would be like. For those of you that know me well, you know that I have an extreme phobia of getting sick to my stomach, so up until then I had been very careful of what I ate, always washing my hands or using purel before eating, and ...
... so no rights whatsoever. It is such a contradiction
that a country which holds this majestic creature’s in such high regards and
indeed owes the very existence of their great country to elephants in the first
place would be happy to see them treated with such contempt. Luckily places
such as this are trying to change all that and who knows one day perhaps they
So first order of the day was feeding time we were taken to
the feeding ...
... them but i had a fit, stormed around chiang mai staring everyone down and then just sat in the shower in all of my clothes. I have found that about travelling... its turned me a little bi polar! Im either incredibly happy crying with laughter or just ****** off. weeeiirdd.
but yes the highlight of the last few days? sitting screaming in a restraunt as we waited for a food with our hands in the pond next to us and ...
... 8217; moment was when I realised that the Chiang Mai Old City (the moat extending around the Old City has dimensions of 1600 x 1800 m, recalling a mile is 1600 m odd) and Adelaide ‘proper’ (i.e. the CBD, aka the square mile) have virtually identical ‘floor plans’: viz a roughly N-S oriented square mile. Of course CM goes back a ways, 1296 (see below), but the dimensions are close, a coincidence that I didn’t realise last visit. Realising this ...
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