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As we were leaving Soraida came in and we saw her making her daily rounds of the elephants.
But all good days must come to an end.
We had had just the most fantastic day, one we shall ever forget.
And one day Wanalee, we shall come back to see you with your baby.
Oh no, Jody's making promises again!
I believe yesterday's post left you with us waiting at the train station. Soon after, we boarded our train and headed north through the night. The cars are definitely dated by European standards, but it was clean and more than adequate. Pat and I each had separate but adjoining rooms. We both had reclining twin sizeish beds, sinks, and a small desk within the room. The communal bathroom was a little ...
... We arrived at our car at close to 9:00, and set off on the winding two lane road. And promptly got behind a pickup truck that maxed out at 10 mph. It was impossible to pass so we inched along. Eventually we passed him and sped ahead arriving at the airport a few minutes to ten. Where to go? We had no idea where to return the rental car. There were cars everywhere and long lines. We asked at the first ticket booth we came to and were directed to a place through the parking ...
... in the centre court mall where 3 rows of balconies could look down onto the proceedings. We sat and had free sandwiches, deserts coffee, and juice for the better part of an hour. Who says I don't take Donna out to any shows now? We sat beside a young fellow who had very good English who told us this type of media event was common for businesses to throw to make big announcements. We told him it was ironic that thailand gets McDonald's, Krispy kream, KFC And now they get ...
... and talks us through every command that we need to remember for the elephants....it's also written on a piece of paper...but I instantly forget everything as soon as she says it! I think this was the point at which we realised we were actually going to have to get ourselves on and off the elephant and then make them behave - eek! We are introduced to our mahouts - mine is called Baum (sounds like bum), and ben's is Lei. And ...