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... 3 and a half tonne and can eat around 140 kilos of food a day and
with that in mind it took a while to fill their bellies. I helped cutting the
grass and feeding the elephants corn which they love.
After some food, Teerapat took Noah and I into the river so
we could give him a shower and wash. Although I ...
... with the temp now soaring, we hopped on the back of a motorbike (yes all of us on one as they do !) and got whisked up the last very long and step leg. It was worth it and he then drove us home along with a few stops along the way.
The noonish storm was brewing again so we went back into the lovely salty sea which has quite good surf at this time of year.
Then rest time, as the locals show, it is the ...
... watching how many people we can fit in and watching those that are told to jump on and they work out how they are possibly going to get a foot space and hand grip on the back of the truck. We had 17 on one that could seat 12 uncomfortably. There were five people standing on the back and edges trying to hold on for life as we raced along. I was wishing I was standing up holding on rather than sitting down of course J.
We spent half a day in Patong – ...
First Phuket Town Visit
Phuket Town is the largest town in Phuket Province. It has a population of 63,000 and is the economic hub of the island. For the most part just an ordinary, scruffy provincial Thai town, it's hardly a major tourist attraction, but the Chinatown area is worth a quick look and there are some great Thai-style shopping opportunities too. Overall, accommodation and food in the ...
... the folds are also among the variations of treat to the roti.
The drink is thick and frothy,and its preparation involves passing the tea and mild from one big metal mug to the other with a pour-and-pull action. The higher the pull the thicker the froth. In expert hands, the action of streaming tea back and forth the containers is a feast for the eyes. It is believed that the technique of ...