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... demonstrate how mahouts get up/down from the elephants, then a couple showed us how in the old logging days, the elephants used their powerful heads and feet to roll logs along the floor and by working in teams, they could stack piles of logs.
Some of the funnier things they did were playing instruments eg xylophone. No big deal for an elephant. You may argue that an elephant would never play an xylophone or a drum in the wild and it shouldn't be done, ...
... couple who run the place are most unfriendly). We book in a few doors along at a great old teak Thai house on the river that has been painted in ice cream colours and full of charming and funky old furniture.
We walk and lunch and snooze until it's time to do it all again in the evening. Cheap eats at '10 Baht' with a lively Thai crowd. We finished the evening at the place we'd lunched where a great band was ...
... Market from 6 pm till midnight. We had no great expectations about it. But we loved it. We had dinner there, mixing food, drinks and desserts from different stands and even bought some other things. We were there for almost four hours, during which we only saw three tourists, and then went to the hotel to rest. Lampang was a small city and we had a great time there. But we wanted to keep going north. Next stop, Chiang ...
... been born and raised at the centre, the majority of elephants here were rescued from the wild and given a safe natural home protected and away from poachers. Because of this, all of the male asian elephants still had their tusks , the longest spanning an incredible 60 inches in length. We later found out that tusks roughly grow an inch each year. All sales and donations go straight to the centre for the welfare of the elephants and in particular helps fund the on site hospital ...
James's roots go back to a small village in northern Thailand called Hang Chat. Arriving in the nearest city Lampang, James’s lovely and generous relatives (Aow and Sam – second or so aunt and uncle) came to pick us up. As it was the first day of Songkran Festival, they brought us to the local temple to view the festivities. There are basically a series of activities one can participate in to invoke good luck. One can write their name on a stick that ...