Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... that week and were split into 4 smaller groups for our volunteer work. Our group was made up of 13 people including us: Alan, Andrea & daughter Kira (from Canada); Yolanda, Rebecca, Jenna & Erin (from Australia), Katie (from the USA), Karen (from the UK), Gill & Nick (from the UK). The jobs we did basically consisted of helping out with whatever task needed doing to help look after the elephants (mostly collecting or preparing their food as they eat 10% ...
... other side, it decided it was a good idea to stop, make crazy noise and back almost off the cliff. So i decided to tell Danielle the plan if we start to fall off this ledge. Which was quickly pull the rail up that was keeping us in our seat and leap off the side of the elephant as far as possible. Apparently I thought I knew how to get out of elephant life and death situations. Thankfully we didn't have to test my escape death plan. As we approached the ledge to get off ...
... on the wall, I noticed things falling from my head to the ground. Drops of blood! Though I hadn't hurt myself that badly, the scalp has a lot of blood vessels, so I was bleeding a lot. I sat down with 10 nursing students crowding around me. It was a great place to have an injury as I was well taken care of. I just had to put pressure on it, and I was fine.
For the final activity of the evening we dressed up ...
... 322;o nas jedną zawodzącą piosenką z refrenem na wysokich tonach idącym mniej więcej tak: „aaaaahhhhh”. Fotele rozkładające się prawie do poziomu z wygodnym podnóżkiem i w ten sposób 9 godzin później, o 4:45 docieramy do Chiang Mai. W hotelu pewnie by się zdziwili, gdybyśmy stanęli w progu o tak wczesnej porze, więc w pobliskim centrum handlowym znajdujemy otwartą ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center