Roong Ruang Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... place and runs at a relaxed speed. We spent our first day getting to know the city and did some Wat-ing (2) around the city center. The following day was one of the days Jess has been most excited for, a trip to the Elephant Nature Park (ENP), a sanctuary for rescued domestic elephants. The park is a few hundred acres of hillside rainforest with a river running through the center and is home to 44 Asian Elephants. ...
... on their necks, so that the tigers couldn't bite them. We went first to the Tiger Temple where we paid to go and pat the baby tigers. A photographer took photos of us all separately and together with the tigers. The tigers were extremely sleepy and docile, which made us think that despite their claims to the contrary, the tigers were drugged to be placid. However, it was a very fun experience to get so close to cute little cuddly tigers. ...
... through the shop area. There was no high pressure sales and an assistant only came over when requested. A much better experience with a good quality of items on display. Becky dissuaded me from getting a silk suit. Shame.
The silver factory visit which followed did not generate the same level of interest. The main object was to sell silver from their massive shop floor. Under whelming.
It's been an interesting day back at the ranch. (I thought I’d try a new intro. What do you think?) We did some home visits, which were very insightful and very emotional. There were three homes where we stopped.
All of the people that we took care of were older. One had Diabetes and hypertension and was waiting to die. My thought for that was that if he was in America, he would be ...
... to master young youngs. So, Maew was quick to tell me that I would not like the bathrooms in China. Apparently the Chinese do not believe in flushing the toilet so there is always a bad smell. Also, she said they do not like to use doors. She said it was not uncommon for stalls not to be completely enclosed. She said that the walls only go half way up. So, when you are using the toilet you can see the person to the right and left of you. She told me that when ...