Muang Gudi Resort
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... tour and once we were on we took off for our hour long journey.
I was in the way back of the van enjoying the scenery while the tour guide chattered away to those within earshot. What she was telling them was not something I can tell you because I couldn't hear it over the sound of the air conditioning unit above me. Whatever it was they seemed interested and were nodding a lot as she went on. Eventually the ride quieted or maybe I thought it did because I ...
... were 6 fights that would go until about midnight. The first fight was between two 16 year olds, and it only went 3 rounds before one of them knocked the other out. I was not expecting to see a knock out- but I did, and got it on film. The winner did his celebration and then quickly went over to the opponent and thanked him for the fight. It was really cool to see the respect they have towards each other. 5/6 rounds had knock outs. The only one that didn't ...
... water for about half an hour lol they were absolutely loving it, they looked so happy! After this we had a bit of free time to walk around a section of the park and an observation bridge and they placed a huge pile of fruit and leaves close by to entice all the elephants over so we could get close to them! Later in the afternoon they did this again over at another section which had a bit of an elephant playground (at one point one of the baby ...
... and I had scrambled egg on toast. It was ace. Then we did some last minute shopping on Khaosan 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 time came and ...
... at the delicious night bizarre before sharing a few beers with people at the hostel, all descending upon Chiang Mai for the famous water festival (Songkran) which is in actual fact the Thai New Year celebration and apparently Chiang Mai is THE place to be. Which explains the absolute chaos. The next few days were spent with awesome people from my hostel exploring many markets (Chinatown & the epic Saturday market), ...