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... the most important thing about our day. We explained about the painting and if we could not see Wanalee then we could go to any elephant camp. But we knew she was there and we really wanted to see her.
He said he knew many people in the centre as he took so many trips there and had become friends with a lot of staff. He had phoned us after that meeting to say he had spoken to his friends there and could arrange for us to see Wanalee if we wanted to go ...
... attention, better service to customers, will ensure
them that there is someone to help them at the time of the confusion
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... twenty minute journey and once we were on our way, thanks to all the open windows we had natural air con anyway and we arrived at the centre more than just a little windswept. Signing in we filled out the necessary forms before changing into our super stylish mahouts uniform, which can only be described as a denim two piece consisting of a shirt and culottes. They were however very comfy and we quickly set off to meet our mahout and elephant that we would be working with. We ...
... with them exchanging stories about each others backgrounds. We learned that their trip ended in Lampang, a much smaller city about 30 kilometers outside of Chiang Mai.
Despite the rattle and ruckus of the train, I slept great. We awoke early the next morning and had pork rice soup in the dining car. While we watched Thailand out the window, we met a man originally from California. Turns out he had been in Thailand half of his life, ...
Laura loved the elephant centre so much she decided to write this one! We set off from Koh Phi Phi to Chiang Mai, and a few hours later we arrived at the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre. We had decided to do the three day home stay, where you learn how to become a Mahout- an elephant keeper! We got there the day before we were starting and were shown to our little wooden house- it was very cute but very hot. We had home cooked dinner and met a few of the others who were also on ...