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... hoped to visit here last time we were travelling but our 15 day Thai visa and our tight schedule then, meant we had to save Wanalee for another time.
This was that other time and we were both so excited :-)
Elephant Man (Mr Pon) picked us up at 8am and we set off on the one and a bit hours' drive to Lampang just south of Chiang Mai.
We had chosen Mr Pon to take us as when we met with him a few days ago we had explained that meeting ...
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... We then met his daughter and discussed engineering, language, math, and Thailand as our train approached Lampang. His 14 year old daughter was interested in engineering, so Colton challenged her to a couple of math problems, including finding the angle of the sun using the shadow of the glass sitting on our table. When we discovered that Troy and his daughter Katrina would also end their destination in this small city, Colt and I decided we would do the ...
... people, one elephant was really stamping his feet when he was getting out lol splashing water everywhere. We then watched a show with the elephants in, including a elephant turning around on a log without touching the ground and elephants painting pictures with their trunks. I then experienced a Asian style toilet for the second time, lol finding a way that I can wee properly. We then rode a elephant for half an hour, which was amazing, it was a ...
... had to hunt them down the next morning to pay!
Chiang Rai was refreshingly non-touristy. A nice small area that's easy to navigate on foot. A few tour agencies advertising trekking, but nothing else. We decided NOT to do one of these, although I'd have loved to get into the mountains. They all seemed to focus on visiting different hill-tribes. The last thing we wanted was to walk-through villages and snap photos of the giraffe ladies type experience. ...