Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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... put it in a style that wouldn't have stayed up otherwise. There was hair spray involved and various gold-colored items stuck in my hair. I also got a fake hair side tail (this will make more sense if you see the pictures on facebook). My hair wasn't quite long enough to do it with, and it would never have sat the way the fake hair did, which looked great.
Once everything was done, then I went into the studio section of the place for the actual shoot. ...
... elephant in it's natural home and to be able to just chill out with them is also hard to describe, so I won't bother. Started off with 4 elephants and walked them with the trainers to the river for a quick dip and a water fight! The scenery along the way is ridiculous, and the weather is just about perfect - no complaints at all! Tash is taking the lead walking a 2 year old and is well and truly in her element. The elephants ...
... no different to western countries :)
- there is a lot of jealousy and strife amongst the monks with some being quite rich due to the tourism here (btw, the monks gamble/do lotto too). Whilst they aren't meant to, many own homes and have wives and families. She is deeply religious, meditating at the temples each week but avoids the monks and goes far out of town to where she has met some good (her words not mine) monks who can read her thoughts.... she spent ...
Elephant Nature Park.
This is a Rescue Park with 37 Elephants...Most of these elephants have been abused in some way - most through the Logging Trade in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma). Some were show animals in and some have been injured by stepping on land mines. One was blind ...
... there may have been a few upset people in the stadium had he lost. Calling it a night after the boxing was done we jumped on board some tuc tuc's back to our hotel. Early on Saturday morning a group of us headed off to the Elephant Conservation Centre which also has a hospital attached to it for ill elephants. The tuc tuc journey there was about an hour and when we got there we made our way to watch the elephants bathing first. There was a group of ...