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... Their 20-min ride through a river was not interesting to me (after Nepal's in 2000 through rhinoceros' infested bushes), but probably was as someone's first time. I only took the 20-min show (300 baht) and the only part that interested me, was to see the elephants painting on a canvas at the end. I would actually have bought one of them if I had any way of carrying it around without damaging it. The rest of the show were simply awful tricks which neither elephant nor ...
We had booked our rooms already at All in 1 guesthouse as before so our rooms were ready for us. As it is now around 39 degrees we badly needed a shower and drink some water. Great to be able to relax for an hour. Michel and I tbrought back the bikes, sniff sniff and walked back. The girls meanwhile had a massage (spoiled;-) and we had a drink afterwards. In the evening we went to the weekend market which was huge, we had a ...
... leading to elephants suffering and not being able to heal themselves in cases where a stomach problem arises. Elephant deaths in the rainy season are an occasional result of sewage overflowing from cess pools and contaminating elephant food.
The Elephant Discovery camp has been going for just under a year opening in early 2014. This is the only camp run by the hill tribe people and the owners of the elephant. The objective is to have ...
... the director when she cannot do things. Then, there are ajons, and their seniority is based on how many years they have been teaching. The students are under all of these people.
Additionally, I learned a lot about Buddhism and what it means to the Thai soul and each individual, but I will discuss that in detail in my paper. Finally, I compared and contrasted the American and Thai cultures in my journal entries.
... to capture a story.. Chiang Mai is a sensory overload sort of town - the colour, noise, sights and smells are almost overwhelming, but only almost. For someone who loves a spectacle and intensity, this is perfect playground. Our day? The highlights for me were the pictures of locals that we took. The Monk, in his flowing robes, the old lady in her little shack, the toothless lady who grinned and seemed totally at peace with herself, the ...