3b Boutique Bed & Breakfast
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- Pets allowed
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... so when we began riding down the wet road on our scooters. I was taking lead in the front because of my "experience" having ridden a motorcycle, though I didn't feel experienced with this. The Thai's stood outside their cars, underneath the cover of foliage, or sat inside their cars, and laughed as they saw us- a bunch of foreigners, larger than the average Thai, on motorized scooters in the pouring rain, our neon ponchos billowing about us. It would've been fitting ...
Tuesday - we had such a fab experience on the Skyline Adventure Tour! 28 zip lines, four abseils and lots of rope bridges with the most breathtaking views! One of our most exciting and adventures yet! Thursday - Elephant Nature Park! What a dream come true. Started the day by feeding four elephants, (one baby called 'little spoon') and then walked with them, across the river and after eating a very delicious Thai lunch, we walked back and bathed them in the river. It was the most ...
... crossed). With a few things like this not going our way and with our thoughts of family and friends at home at this time of year we decided, while passing one of the smaller, more secluded wats, to pop in for an impromptu word with Buddha. We lit incense sticks, had a chat and left a tip - so with the big man on side it should be plain sailing from here on ...
... which was good.
The minibus was nice and air conditioned and not even too full . Our guide spoke great English, which was really helpful. It took about an hour to get to the elephant camp from the city, during which time I mostly did some planning for my nano novel (in my head).
Finally we got to the elephant camp. The actual camp itself is set back from the road a little ways - you have to walk about three minutes ...
... Thinking on my feet I ordered two more Singha beers, the waiter was off on his bike, a glance at the fridge and I realised there were no more Singha's left! Hell, how far was he going for these, would he return before my turn with the curry? Fortunately he did and I took my turn. It was an ordeal, but hey us British are used to all manner of curries, stiff upper lip and all that, I carried on regardless. Definitely an ice cream was in order on the way ...