Ratilanna Riverside Spa Resort Chiang Mai
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We had a delicious breakfast at the hotel this morning which sustained us throughout the day. A van picked us up and drove us a few hours to the Elephant Nature Park. When we arrived we talked to our group and started by feeding the elephants watermelon.
We took an hour long walk around the park and took lots of pictures before eating a …
Our last day in Chiang Mai. We really loved this place. It was full of night and day markets and fresh fruit and flower markets and a lovely river and interesting temples and things to do.
We met an American guy at breakfast who has set up a house in Chiang Rai for tribal hill children so they can continue their secondary and university studies.
There is a Fench ...
... new employer. Apparently, her roommate offered to help, but has been busy with her boyfriend visiting and whatnot. And Jaa needed to submit the CV in the next hour! Well, I do have experience working at the university career center helping students with their CV, internship/job search, and interview preparations. I fixed up her CV in lightning speed (I needed to let go of my perfectionist urges and accept the time restraint). Jaa has so much experience working as a ...
... decided upon Ran-tong camp, a sanctuary about an hour outside of Chiang Mai who look after elephants rescued from logging operations. The elephants here were treated extremely well by their handlers and would often walk of the designated path in search of food and completely ignored us as we tried to shout
out directions from on their backs. After a 45 minute walk around the enclosure we were lucky ...
... we had such a great experience, but also so we could eat the famous Chiang Mai sausage. This is one of the stand out local delicacies so I wanted my dad to have the opportunity to try.
We arrived at the market and they introduced us to the ingredients for Thai cooking, as well as let us try some favorite local snacks. The grand finale was the Chiang Mai sausage and it was as good if not better than I remembered. Apparently the vendor at this particular market is one of the ...