Mon Saen Dao Resort

Oommuang Lamphun Rd., Pasang, A. Muang, Lamphun, 5100, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lamphun

Elephan-tastic!

A travel blog entry by minionmayhem

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... 250-300kilos of food A DAY! We then hopped off and on to an Ox Cart which was quite a come down after the magical elephants! The wooden wheels went over every rock in sight which made for a rather uncomfortable 20minute journey of Joe refusing to buy bananas to feed them as hey weren't fun like the elephants! Haha. The trip continued on to a 4km, 45minute water raft (which were handmade on site) the two fellas ...

Getting down to business

A travel blog entry by kay.stewart.22

... learned from this thought process to reduce waste and use our supplies wisely.

On an infinitely less profound note, we attended a Thai aerobic class with one of the professors that are assisting us with the trauma ward instruction. I have never had a more freeing, ridiculous and embarrassing experience all at one time. It was so funny. Half the time I managed to just bounce around like a metronome or do the cha-cha slide and the other ...

Food, glorious food! (en/pl)

A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers

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... but the owners of these stalls offer it as a standard service. The person who was having their nits ‘picked’ also didn’t seem bothered that people were watching. A new kind of voyeurism perhaps?

On the way out, we bought ourselves a souvenir for the wall at home, a beautifully carved elephant with its baby set in a triangular shaped piece of teak. It cost the equivalent of 90zl (negotiated down from 130 zl!) but was hand-made by the person we bought it ...

Chaing Mai

A travel blog entry by madventure2013

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... at the Tiger Kingdom (about a 30min drive) you have to choose the package you would like to do I.e. go and stroke the babies or the small tigers or the big tigers etc. We pick the smallest and biggest and get taken through to where they keep the smallest tigers (around 2-5 months). I can not believe how cute they are you just want to cuddle them!!! It's only the size of their paws and teeth that remind you of how dangerous they can be. As we are playing with the one on a table ...

Elephant mahout training! Meet my elephant...

A travel blog entry by smeelog

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... to exhaust by playing football with them -- and havn't quite learnt the rules. It was an experience I will never forget. * a mahout (don't get them confused with marmots, otherwise you'll offend them) are elephant trainers. An elephant and its mahout are paired when they are young so that they can both grow old together. Apparently you find out pretty quickly if an elephant takes a dislike to their mahout; they're rather choosy. ** be warned, never go near an elephant without ...

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This hotel is located on Oommuang Lamphun Rd., Pasang, A. Muang, Lamphun.
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