Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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First stop is Yangon, Myanmar. The former nation's capital, this city boasts the largest collection of late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century colonial architecture in Southeast Asia and serves as the country's largest cosmopolitan center with a population of nearly six million. Although many of the structures are severely dilapidated, …
... supposed to get too close to them. They have a medical centre that gives them veterinary care (the elephants live longer here because the old ladies are given soft foods when their teeth fall out while elephants in the wild would be out of luck) and they are constantly being fed but can also graze. They can bathe in the water but visitors get buckets and can help splash water on the elephants. They have mud pits too which is a natural sunscreen for them and cools them ...
... bath with the elephants! Yep, we were covered head to toe in mud, they told us our was 95% mud, 5% pop. Elephant pop ous big, the staff were throwing it around on each other! Only bummer is that as of yet, the tour leader had not emailed the promised mud pics so you'll have Di used your imagination. My biggest ingestion froth the day was Howe playful elephants are. The bond between major and elephant wasn't angry different than a dog and ...
... The hospital only has 7 ICU beds. Those with a negative prognosis appear to be on the ward waiting for the body to take its course. The students have also commented that they have Burmese patients who cannot speak Thai and that the nurses have a difficult time understanding what these patients want. The students interpret their gestures and language to mean they are in pain but the Thai nurses are not acknowledging the same. It is becoming frustrating for some ...
... break related.
To summarise our epic moped journey, tonight we handed back a shattered Yamaha 125cc. Somehow it had miraculously lugged us two heavyweights 1002 Km. K spent about 15 hours holding on tight, whilst M got the moped to do things that mopeds shouldn't do.
Not sure we should have been doing this trip at our ripe old age, however, it did impress the locals and we had a fantastic few days away.