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... then moved onto the next one which was up on a hill looking over the city and to Thailand.
The view and temple were both very beautiful.
Nathan had to put a skirt on as his knees were showing, and it is disrespectful to the Buddha if you have your knees showing (sometimes your shoulders and elbows have to be covered but it depends how strict they are) I was fine as I had my long elephant shorts on.
Finally we headed to the last ...
... with his smile that represents enlightenment. Inside the front wall surrounding the door was a large demon. The door and a small window created its mouth and nose. Below the demon were many smaller paintings that represented evil things. There were many bombs, fires, guns, etc. There was also a representation of the twin towers being destroyed. Coiled around the towers was a snake whose body turned into a gas nozzle, with gas being guzzled by thirsty, evil ...
... to be true. Please also realize that these are captive, well-trained elephants with mahouts who know how to make them do what is necessary and also things that amuse people and make them money. Yes, the mahout uses a hook with a rather sharp point on the end, and the elephants are also chained by one foot to the ground a lot of the time. I don't like that. The first is to assure their good behavior and the latter, of ...
... point as the captain was even running about!! Thank god I was in the hotel, I wud have been hysterical! Kitti said this was very very rare and not even forecast. Anyway, apart from that,they said Laos was a right eye opener. So poor and about 20 yrs behind Thailand in development. Kids in nappies were greeting the boats and their first words wer baht (so asking for money) Beth got some pics, so sad. They said the was also a bearin a cage which they had caught in the forest, it was ...
... market (point 0 of the new street to Tha Ton on the other side). During our stay here we do a lot of climbing just by walking up and down Mae Salong main street. Starting that first night when we descend to the very Chinese* Mae Salong Villa, a huge restaurant which serves mainly Yunnan specialties, like lovely Yunnan roasted pork with Chinese buns. We accompany this dish with a fried fish and a bottle of Sang Som. This is a very happy night :-) Baan See See is very nice. We have ...