Little Home

Address: 11 1 Banluang, Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai, 50160, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Toluca area of Doi Inthanon National Park, is near Doi Inthananon.
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        Travel Blogs from Doi Inthanon National Park

        Bathing with elephants

        A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Jun 11, 2015

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        ... a 2 1/2 year old boy. He was feeling a little antisocial because he was having stomach problems so they had given him medicine. Poor guy. We began our day by walking to this open area to feed the elephants bananas and get to know them. Our guide, whose name I can't remember, told us that they are Indian elephants so they don't get as large as African elephants and only the boys grow tusks. Their heads are also a different shape with a large rounded part at the ...

        Luau

        A travel blog entry by hollyandlogan on Feb 21, 2015

        We got to spend 2 hours with one of the Zoe families. The neat thing about this home is that when kids are brought here, they are placed into a family. It is a 4 to 1 ratio, but sometimes there are 6 to 1. The kids live with their "mom and dad" and in many cases if not all, the kids call the house parents mom and dad. They eat together, sleep in the same area (like apartments), pray ...

        Visit to the Village

        A travel blog entry by kelbymyer on Jan 19, 2015

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        Next it was a bumpy, curvy ride in the van to Mae Kam Pong village up the mountain side. The roads were so steep and there were points in the trip when I wondered if the van would make it up with all of us. When we arrived at the village, we were met by our “cun may” or house mother by the temple. Our mother greeted us with a smile and led us to her home which we had to hike to on a mostly paved road uphill. She does not ...

        I want S'More!

        A travel blog entry by kelbymyer on Jan 15, 2015

        ... in a clay pot. The pot then had a cone shaped pan on top where we cooked our meat. The juices from the meat ran down into the vegetables that were in chicken broth. It was delicious! It was also something fun to do with our buddies. We all sat around the fire, cooking our meal and getting to know each other more. We joked with each other and there were lots of laughs. Afterwards we made smores ...

        Cataracts and Thyroids and C-sections, Oh My!

        A travel blog entry by smellon123 on Jan 12, 2015

        2 comments, 1 photo

        ... are more used to having other people watch them. However, ten is a lot in this situation, in any culture. I felt bad for the kid, because he looked really nervous. I just wanted to tell him that it was going to be all right and that I knew exactly how he felt. He had to explain the procedure in English, which was even more impressive. So, my hat is off to him!

        I have been observing that the nurses and nursing ...