Pung Waan Resort and Spa Hotel Kanchanaburi
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... it in powered pellets-this gives the elephants the extra nutrients they need. once all of the rice was rolled we got to feed them to two of the older elephants. Both just came strolling into the hut and were so calm and friendly. The first elephant liked to be fed the rice ball straight into his mouth, whereas the second one preferred you to put it in his trunk and he'd eat it from there. They loved the food and demolished it all pretty quickly. Apparently elephants eat for 18 hours a ...
... final. We both had a chicken Panang, yummy! The guys met us in here after and we watched the tennis and played pool then went to bed.
Total Budget - 730!
Lunch - 150
Bus to Kanchanburi - 110
Dinner - 120
Food - 50
Hotel - 300
Day 102 - 13th July
Safari Park day!! We had breakfast at the hotel then got a tuk tuk to the car park to get on the safari bus! There were 38 volunteers this time compared to the ...
... Every time after this, I knew he was going to do it but I just held his hand, it was so cute. Next to chutney's cage is Jam's. He's a scary one! I played hide and seek with him by putting my eyes below the railing and he would duck a little bit too, then when I popped up he would jump against the cage, hit it with his hand and hiss then bite his other hand. Then I'd do it again, it was so funny. You can't walk between chutney and jam's cage because they work together to try and ...
... as a Thai suicide mission. Edd and I were both incredibly carsick as the shocks on the mini bus had expired many moons ago and everyone on board complained about the way the driver jerked the car, by not keeping his foot at a constant on the acceleration pedal. Edd had a few stern words with the guide about the shocking driving and marched off to buy us ice creams. The driving for the next hour improved, but we discovered it then became a race between ...
... cashew nuts, we both got some steamed rice to go with it. We ordered our cool drinks and chatted with Eric Clapton playing softly in the background; our steamed rice came heart shaped and we ate the best food we’ve had since we’ve been in Thailand. We decided to get an early night and headed back to our Guest House along the deserted streets. We hit the sack at 10pm in our miniature room with air con excited for the next day’s ...