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... make it even halfway up the climb before calling it a day. Fortunately the rest made it to the top in one piece and we climbed the 365 or so steps to the top to the tune of school kids singing some of Taylor Swifts latest hits for a small generous donation. See photos and let me know if you can spot any differences from any other temples. Upon returning we sampled some street food, which was much nicer than Bangkok (and looked cleaner) and headed out after ...
... the van and we picked up our English speaking guide along the way. Our first stop after collecting our guide in Chiang Mai was the Hot Springs On the outskirts of Chiang Rai, a drive of about 1 hour. The springs are hot - 80 to 90 F. Hot enough to boil chook eggs and quail eggs. There were a number of local ladies cooking eggs and also a number of tourists testing the water. There was another section where the water was temperature was suitable for a dip of the feet. ...
... get in with the big ones, and both choose the smallest. The smallest weren't too small and at 4 and 6 months were very cute! We still aren't decided on this place now, despite the Tigers not looking obviously drugged or scared by humans, there are defiantly better places for a tiger to be. In the evening we went to a food market and garage 48 bar and got excited for the infamous bus to Pai in the morning. In the 12 seater minibus we sat near some cool French ...
... company. She was very sweet and kept sticking her trunk out to suck on (kiss) my hand. After a little play time we went with them over to the mud bath. This area was just a big mud puddle that they had to keep adding water to because it hadn't been raining much yet. The elephants came into the mud and we were supposed to cover their skin with it. According to the workers this serves as some kind of protection against the sun. Elephants don't have sweat glands so ...
... companions Kath&Bob, I boarded the bus for Bangkok next morning. I had a single large comfortable , almost totally reclining seat for the five hour journey ( and for less than £10) , much more comfortable than the train. But it was excruciating to have to drive straight past interesting places along the roadside: a ceramics outlet with pots piled higgledy piggledy in teetering towers, a market with fruit and vegetables spilling off laden stalls, a magnificent ...