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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... One of the most peaceful places I've ever been to. Calming music always playing in the background, children laughing, and the most friendly locals we have met thus far. The staff here at the Thamna hotel are one of a kind; always going out of their way to accommodate us. I have yet to see anyone without a smile on their face here. After settling in, we were picked up to go to the Patara Elephant Reserve. My excitement was growing because I knew I got to get up close ...
... at all just put hands on elephants head! We chose this one as it doesn't use chairs and seats etc on the elephant so is kinder to them but now I feel I will fall off like this! Go for a quick walk just on the grounds practicing words for elephant: Bai - Go Quay - Turn How - Stop Toi - Go back Then get off and everyone else practices. Me and Anthony picked a combination day including a waterfall and bamboo rafting so we go to the river to wash the elephant while ...
... crossed rivers over narrow makeshift bridges / trees, and took in some stunning scenery and calming jungle. Eventually, we arrived at Michael's village. I went with him on the back of his moped to get some "Thai Water". It soon started raining again. Michael didn't see the rain coming this time. We were both just in shorts and t-shirts. We stopped outside one hut and a lady gave Michael a bit of smoked buffalo. He tore a strip off for me. ...
... and I had scrambled egg on toast. It was ace. Then we did some last minute shopping on Khoasan Road before we caught our train. Laura bought an all in one playsuit jobby with a baggy ****** wahey! I bought a tie dye top. With so much more we could've bought we left it at that and headed back to the hostel to chill out. Managed to break the DVD player whoops! (I blame Laura......she had the remote!). The ...
... t do it. 2, This place was great and a very well run organization.. We watched the bathing and then decided to leave, missing the show as it's not our kind of thing. From the the Elephant sanctuary we headed into Lampung with the intent of doing a carriage ride through the city. However, once we got there we decide that putting the poor horses through an ordeal if towing me around wasn't worth it doe we headed to the temple instead. ...