Shewe Wana Boutique Resort and Spa
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We split into two groups when we were ushered in. I was a group of one and they were a group of four. I headed to the small tigers first and they seemed decent sized to me and not small at all. The trainer chattered away with me and told me interesting stuff. The tigers were lethargic and as a result, despite the sign filled with don'ts, he took pictures of me with the "small" tigers. Then I headed to the medium and ...
... the food did not disappoint, nor the wine according to Hannah and Margaux who were both craving a decent glass of white (you just cannot find good wine in this part of the world without really seeking it and spending some serious cash...). We then grabbed a few large bottles of Chang (it's traditional) and enjoyed a few games of cards together with an outstanding insect and frog soundtrack as we pondered our excellent choice of hotel.
We hired scooters the next morning from ...
... who stopped and gave us directions lol!). This morning we decided to go to Tiger Kingdom to pass a few hours and make the most of the day! We got a tuk tuk from the end of our road (my first ride in one - very exciting haha!) and he took us there and waited for us then brought us back :) when we arrived at Tiger Kingdom we had the choice of what size Tigers we wanted to go in the cage with. You can choose just 1 or a package of ...
... though things got a little strange and the 'special fight' was three men with blindfolds on trying to box-the red confusing them by hitting them aswell! It was good fun but some but think it's mainly for making money out of tourists and we weren't sure how much was put on-two apparently were 'knocked out' but then were able to walk off stage one laughing, plus the audience were all foreigners and no local ...
... garden, bug world, international gardens from many countries, soil-less garden, tropical garden, herbal garden, and more. We only made one stop- the Royal Pagoda. The building was grand, and the gardens were grand, and it was obvious why this was the crown jewel of the garden.
The reason why we had to leave was because we had another adventure to attend that night—the night safari! There are only a few night safaris in the world. When we arrived, we went ...