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... allowed to touch their face, just in case they do happen to bite. The trainers seem to have a good control on them and try and get them to come over so you can touch them and take photos. If they get a bit too carried away or get under peoples feet while they're getting photos they get a whip. One thing we noticed about these sized tigers is that even tho they are young they have giant paws (like as big as ...
... transformed into a paradise gift shop for those who coveted overnight.
craft of the outback is also offered here from fabric, bracelet to them musical instruments. and an important…i finally succeeded try mango sticky rice from the origin directly, not the most tasteful but i like it. if I given the opportunity to visit here again, i want to be longer in this place. see new things, meet new people and enjoy it along with them, that real ...
... to...The chorus of SLURP...lip smacking...SLURP....lip smacking....SLUUUUURP...drowns out the bad Thai Die Hard movie blaring on the overhead TV and has me in childish giggles...the women see no humor in the lunch and try not to stare at me...obviously a noodle novice. The trick with noddles is to hold the noodles between the chop sticks as you suck...or the slurp ends with splashes of soup in your eye, noddles stuck on your face and the people around you thinking you're chop ...
Michelle and I are at the end of our journey in Thailand. Roge took Erica's bed, so it was cheaper for all of us to share the same room. We all woke up pretty early because check out was at 10 am. We stored our bags and decided to go the the Chiang Mai City Art And Cultural Center. There wasn't really any art in the exhibit for being an art museum. There was lots ...
... a spicy mango salad, along with a chicken cashew stir fry and a chicken chilli ginger and garlic stir fry. By 4pm we had to accept defeat and opted for doggie bags for our remaining meals. From our entertaining teacher Ming, hip trusting while stirring our curries to the unique and amazing flavours from our local Chiang Mai ingredients, it was an unbelievable day and an experience we will never forget. We left as happy ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool