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... was about the 50km mark where we stopped at Ban Chang, which translates into Elephant Village. The whole town is devoted to the keeping and caring for this magnificent beast. There are about 600 elleys in the district. It brings the tourist in their droves, especially the locals who worship the animal. There was a really young calf in one of the yards and it was the cutest. We discussed whether it was good or bad for ...
had to go here at least once, only 40 minute drive from where I was staying!
I went with my friend Por and he surprised me with a little girl when I got into his truck, my favorite student Bai Buah!
Papa and Mama named their bakery after her name and I still did not get to find out what it means =(
Man I miss Thailand...so beautiful so friendly
... about an hour and a half away from Hua Hin. The waterfall has sixteen levels, but it was so hot that by the time we got to the fifth level we’d had enough of climbing and jumped straight into the water. The water was a refreshing temperature, and we spent a few hours just chilling out, although you had to keep moving if you didn’t want the fish nibbling you!
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... where we have lunch - they are so skinny they almost look like girls anyway! I bought an ice cream for 10 baht - 20p!!! Love the cheap prices!
After lunch we got to see how poo paper is made (the whole process can take between 3-5 days):
Step 1: Pour poop in a large contained area and pour water all over. Then with your bare feet squash and mix it all. Everyone done this together - ...
... To make things easier they normally get me to stand on a truck of some sort so I'm already half way up - being short can be rather frustrating at times especially if you want to get on top of an elephant!!
Thongbai was going crazy in the water today - I came off her completely then she just walked off without me! She clearly didn't want me on top of her today - can't blame her I guess!