U Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... by another elephant when she arrived at the park who now acts as her guide wherever she goes.
We were able to walk the nature reserve with our guide 'Si', and spent the day feeding and washing the elephants - amazing fact Nr.1, elephants eat food for at least 18 hours a day, that's a lot of chewing 'Si' joked, but as we found out, it also means a lot of ******** too!
Chaing Mai has really grown on us since our arrival and we are ...
... curry. A few other of their lady friends were also there so it really was a case of a thorn between lots of roses. A nice time was had by all. On the agenda tonight is a possible market and no doubt Tanya will recommend some culinary delights along the way. Chiang Mai reminds me of Brisbane in a way. It is winter here but I have given no thought to wearing winter clothing as it is warm and muggy. It is a big place with lots ...
... a few varieties of poppies growing to show tourists. We returned to the old city where our hotel was at midday. Our flight to Phuket did not leave until 9:45 so we went for a walk around the old city and visited a few of the temples. In one of the temples a monk was meditating, he sat so still that he looked more like statue than a person. Time to head down south!! We got a lift from one of the hotel staff to the airport. Our plane was quite small but ...
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