Shewe Wana Boutique Resort and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today's activity was zip lining in the jungle about an hour outside of Chiang Mai. We were picked up at our hotel after we all enjoyed an extensive buffet breakfast. The actual name of the outfit is Flight of the Gibbon but we soon realized that Gwynn's shrieks were very Gibbon like as she sped down the zip line-- hence we coined her a Gwybon. My nick name was ...
... Al came running behind be for the last 6k of the race and we were able to cross the line together, where you got handed a medal and a McDonald's burger. We were both happy enough with our times since we had done no training, Al sub 3hrs, me just over 2hrs.Funny we were all done by 7am, so after getting our race tops we headed back for a wee nap before heading to a bagel shop for post race food.We ...
... nor a sterilisation so this was at least something new to see- despite feeling so uncomfortable and unsterile in this OR. The baby was out, feet first, in a matter of seconds! It felt so so quick and there was hardly any blood. They pulled out the placenta, found the tubes and tied them and then stitched and stapled her back up.
In the second caesarean section, the woman was having her second baby and she was very big and had gestational diabetes. ...
Even following a late night and such little sleep, we still managed to be up with the birds, although the dawn chorus here is more Suzuki than Starling! Breakfast was a little boring, I sometimes wonder if Thai fare would be a lot nicer than their attempt to emulate a western breakfast as they perceive it. Fed and watered, rucksack on back with some water, camera and other necessities, off we ...
We were woken up at 6.45am by all of the sounds in the village: a rooster, people at work etc. We had breakfast and a 'shower' and left the village at 8.30am to start trekking. Today's trek was mainly uphill, which was hard work in the humidity. We did not arrive at the elephant camp until 11.30am, by which time we were exhausted and very relieved to be there. One of our local guides, Sunshine, began preparing lunch. While we were waiting for food, we were able to interact with ...