Pin Hotel Lampang
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This day had finally arrived. The day Jody had promised herself would happen almost 10 years ago when she first bought a painting made by an elephant from the internet for the Tsunami fundraising appeal in 2005.
She has always referred to the painting as an original by E. le Phant but everyone in the know, knows it was painted by Wanalee. She was 7 years old at the time and living in the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre near Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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We arrived back at camp, ate an interesting meal containing raw beef smothered in chili paste, and soon after were told to follow the mahouts into the forest to collect the bamboo we needed for our dinner meals. We watched and learned a few of the many ways they used bamboo during their everyday living. We were surprised afterward with hand-carved cups and accompanied stir sticks made in secret by the mahouts! ...
... took an hour so Keli and I went and got yet another massage. It's hard to turn down a $6 hour massage in Thailand. It was perfect, and they even gave us jasmine tea when we were done. We had 40 minutes to get our bags and make it to the train station. We made it to our little room with 10 minutes to spare. This room was tiny, but eh it's good enough. It took 14 hours to get to Bangkok. We played 13 for a while, messed around, and everyone went ...
After our introduction to Thailand in the large city of Bangkok, the two of us were ready to leave the hustle and bustle of millions of people in the city and see a more intimate Thailand. The only problem is that our next planned stop was to hit Chiang Mai, the provincial capital and largest city in Northern Thailand. Neither of us were thrilled about moving from one city to the next, but on Sunday night we found ourselves with train ...