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We left our comfy, beloved Night Bazaar Inn to have some 'luxury' and a pool for a day. I think we paid about $50 a night. Looking back at the cooler temperatures in Chiang Mai compared to e, I can't believe we were
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... a night market where we got a very cheap supper. We woke up the next day bright and early and were picked up from our hostel to go to the elephant nature park just outside Chiang Mai. It was the best day so far. We fed, bathed and generally walked around with the elephants. After learning about the horrendous lives they had had previously (including being hit by cars, blinded by humans, being injured by land mines whilst logging in Burma, and overworked in trekking) we ...
Fridays are always interesting as I am really tired by the end of the week but it's also Rachel's day off. I had another day with the pre-schoolers which was very interesting. One of the children who has some special needs has decided that he loves the toilet. He's not yet toilet trained but loves to take off his nappy, sit on the toilet and play with the water hose. Pretty normal you say.....???? Yep but can be interesting when ...
... and 3 Chihuahuas! I've missed dogs so much and these 3 love to love. The first night, we all headed to a rooftop blues bar where we watched the most entertaining Thai version of Jimi Hendrix jam for 4 hours. This guy was great, he's an incredible guitarist but more than that, he had a really infectious stage presence. The band played everything from widespread panic to Pink Floyd to Eric Clapton. Everything in Chiang Mai shuts down around midnight, just like ...
... day before! Very small world!). The journey took about an hour and they played a film on the way about the creation of the sanctuary and some safety tips when dealing with the elephants. As soon as we arrived at the park the guides laid out big baskets full of fruit around the edge of our seating area and about 6 elephants gathered along the wall ready to eat (we realised as the day went on that they definitely love to eat and pretty much spend all ...
... to wonder around the raved about town of Chiang Mai. Well firstly, its worth ALL the rave this town is awesome and charming as hell. History galore, temples tucked behind every corner, markets everywhere and incredible food. Oh and it is surrounded by a 'real' moat, YES this town is actually a castle...how awesome? Our hostel was amazing, really chilled and filled with incredible people from every corner of the earth. I ...