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... take photos of the number plates. The Golden Triangle is where Thailand, Laos & Myanmar meet. It was also a huge opium poppy growing & smuggling area. We visited the Opium Museum which was very interesting. When we left Mae Sai in the morning we asked the songthaew driver what time the last one came back in the afternoon. His English was virtually non-existent so when we managed to get a 12 out ...
... view this high up was epic, the fall was epic, & the excitement of discovering it was, yep you guessed it, epic! I could write a whole blog on this waterfall alone, but that we be incredibly boring/annoying, especially if you're sat in English weather whilst reading this. After getting two days of waterfall out our system, and in between going out and sampling the food, having a few cheeky drinks, and going drunken bowling. I convinced Nick ...
... dollars. Very pretty guitars, but I don't play and wouldn't want to lug one around the world.
Lunch was delicious. Street food - and vegetarian at that. Also, Tachilek is known for it's roasted chestnuts. They are a real treat. So fleshy and almost sweet that they could be mistaken for a fruit. I devoured a bag and went for seconds before heading back. The tips of my fingers are sore from peeling them open. Gave me ...
... and hope you do as well, about Asian vs African elephants:
Asian: smaller, lighter, highest point is their shoulders, more toes! (5 front, 4 back foot), only males have tusks, females have smaller tushers.
African: larger, heavier, highest point is their head, toes (4 front, 3 back), larger ears, both male and female have tusks, which is a modified upper incisor.
Asian elephants average 7 to 11' at ...
... miracle considering the place was not open until a few years ago. The first time we were there was not so glamorous, however the secnd time, we went straight to an Akha/Karen village, to meet the "long neck" people from hill tribes. The experience was short but amazing, getting to meet the people you have seen in National Geographic as a kid is more than I could ever wish for. They were very ...