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... toilet. She even made her mum cry but when she did finally shut up our Korean friend at the back says really loudly "one child policy has made Chinese children spoilt and rude" hahahahaha. Joker. Wednesday 13th Today we were headed north to spend the day at the Elephant Nature Park which is an animal sanctuary for elephants who have been rescued from logging, suffrage tourist camps and begging. All the elephants have had pretty tough lives and a group of 8 of ...
... some really tacky locals and tourists who have picked up local girlfriends and bring their western habits here. Frown. So I left early in the morning, hunted out a new guesthouse, went back and got my bags, told them I was leaving and not paying and walked out. They didn’t say anything. Don’t feel sorry for them - they are louts and shouldn’t be running a guesthouse.
There are lots (LOTS) of old (and some not so old; 40-70) western guys here ...
... I feel like I make more and more progress every time. I say I do 15 minutes walking then 15 minutes sitting, but I do not only do this once a day. After I do a set or two of this I take a break, either walking around, washing clothes or just sitting around. Then I do the meditating again. During our group lessons with teacher, he covers some very insightful stuff that I really like. For instance we make our own destiny. He also talked about karma and how we should do ...
... a foot massage and I got a head/shoulder/back massage. They were both very relaxing. All for about $15 total.
We ate mostly at food stalls on the side of the road or in small restaurants. Food ranged from 40-100 baht and we typically had either rice or soup dishes. One thing about ordering here is that sometimes you don't get what you ordered. In Bangkok we ate at a nice corner cafe. Heather ordered ...
... with another group of maybe 6 people. We spent around another 15 minutes or so in this one and they were once again playing with a few of the tigers. The favorite thing for the trainers was to sit visitors next to the pool and get the tigers to chase a toy into the water splashing and scaring the **** out of us.
Overall, for anyone in Chiang Mai, this is a must do!