Thong Tarin Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... but it does give the locals an income and the ellys get three square meals a day, so to speak. They did look very well fed and cared for. Lunch was provided 3km up the road at a riverside cafe which produced great Thai food for 20 people (15 riders + staff) out of a kitchen a little bit bigger than a shoe box. After another 30km and it was on the bus to take us the 90km to the Motel Roi Et. The odd bus ride ...
Buddhism in Thailand is like many things in Thailand;
Friendliness comes first, adhering strictly to rules comes second.
One of the monks smoked a couple cigarettes during our conversation,
I'm pretty sure that doesn't happen anywhere else in the world!
Regardless; monks are highly respected in Thailand.
They must give up all their belongings
They can not earn money or buy anything
Everything they eat, the clothes ...
On 28th February 2014, armed with my passport and backpack, I said a tearful goodbye to my parents at Heathrow Airport and set off on my adventure to Thailand where I imagined I would spend a year teaching a class of perfectly behaved children, living in a little hut right on the beach, before heading off with my new-found friends on a journey around the world. Oh how na´ve I was. In the four months that I ...
Woke up at 6am as Jess had to pack and we all had our pictures taken with the mahouts - was sad to see them all go!
Went sugar cane cutting just outside the elephant village, Brittany and her mahout joined us shortly after. Then Jazz came and told us there was a cooking show going on and would we mind staying - didn't realise we were actually going to be on it! The presenter (Benjamin Wang from Boston) got speaking to us and said he ...
... to get the courage to do this towards the end as I was rather grossed out!
Step 2: Use chlorine and boil the poo.
Step 3: Blend and separate the mixture using a specific machine.
Step 4: Dye the mixture a variety of colours.
Step 5: Put thin layers of the mixture on a board and leave out in the sun to dry.
We then helped out in the shop cutting the paper ...