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... group to do it and sometimes the baby elephant becomes quite attached to leaders and so the little baby did :)))))
Suddenly the baby was by my side and Lay said that I was gonna be the elephants mummy for the day. No matter which elephant I went to the baby walked close by and kept lying on the floor ...
... would spend the night. The place was really basic consisting of one main house where it seemed that the main family, cooked ate and slept and several smaller individual huts. Despite them obviously receiving a great amount of money from tourists like us, you still got the sense that it was all quite genuine and real which was a nice touch. Especially watching how much fun the kids had chasing chickens with sticks and scissors made us realise we were a long way away from what ...
... on so much in Chiang Mai, there were hill top villages to visit, a day at an elephant rescue centre, a night safari... we enjoyed it so much we have therefore decided we will come back to Chiang Mai, perhaps when it is beach week and we are finished getting our Myanmar/Burma visas in Bangkok. We can decide when (not if) we will be back later.
Tomorrow it is off to see the White Wat in Chiang Rai and overnight in Chiang Khong before crossing the Mekong into Laos.
... elephants, we treked for 4 hrs to a hill tribe village. On the way we stopped at a waterfall, and walked through a passion fruit and lemon field. Passion fuit is so yummy. Our guide also caught three squirls out of a tree and put them in his backpack for some the village people to cook for dinner. It was a bit strange. The next day we trekked for 2 hrs mostly downhill through rice fields. To end the trip we rafted down a river on a bamboo raft. That night Corey, Tanner and I watched ...