Shewe Wana Boutique Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
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... sat in front of the stage and the music began and a half naked man started dancing, rubbing his hands over his body... Ok maybe the ping pong is the next bit.. Oh how wrong we were! Next, a curtain opens and two guys are in a shower on the stage in little pants rubbing shampoo all over themselves and getting their penis out. I sled the manager if there were woman performing and he told us 'no women, gay club' haha oh ****! The boys are laughing, not enjoying it too ...
... helped feed them watermelon and corn and vegetables. Then we walked around the site and observed the elephants. The elephants roam around, but some are gentle and friendlier. Those ones we were able to approach and touch and take pictures with. They are mostly old ladies (that's what the staff call them), they're in their 70s and older. We took a break for lunch, very yummy and so much food! Then we observed a herd with a baby walk along and then bathe, very cute! The ...
... 3629;บคุ$ 03; (ta plu). I don't know if thats the right script don't look them up but thats definitely how its pronounced. Every house had a family with their babies, chickens with their chicks, pigs with their piglets and a couple random dogs. It was so eye opening to see this is how so many people around the world live. No electricity, barely any clean water, cooking over the fire. Where we stayed was just a big wooden structure with about 20 ...
... They are ferries, you can see it ibn their eyes. Dinner of the volunteers had been there only abq week and were already super comfortable with the Chang. Towards the end off three day, the main majors head bands fell off and we spotted one of three elephants pick it up and teasingly throw out over the fence out of good track ;) T it's also beginning more and more obvious that what your parents told you when you were little, getting ...
... elephants from trekking companies, people running elephant shows and circuses. Elephants which are privately owned don't have the same rights as wild elephants and dispute being a endangered species are viewed as livestock. Lek buys the elephants from their owners to give them a better life! We were collected from our hostel at 8am by our guide, Ten and were driven about an hour and a half into the northern Thai mountains. On the way we saw some trekking elephants ...