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... leader and got us there on time! In fact, we got there 30 mins early and i seized the opportunity to find some food because i hadn't had lunch yet! I set off alone to this cafe while the others went to the mall to run some errands. I got a call from Leke saying we have lost Mandeep and I can't ride a bike - come quick! I felt like a hero jumping on the back of this red truck and running to the mall and getting Leke back on the bike. But the hostel were not impressed by ...
... Daniel showed us around the rescue camp, introduced us to some of the elephants, and had us change into mahoot clothes. He taught us a few elephant commands and then matched us up with our elephants. We got to feed them sticks of sugar cane and then climbed on! The elephants took us on a ride up the hill, around the camp, down into the water to play, and then back up to the camp. It was amazing! The elephants were ...
... nasty stomach bug. Best things about volunteering at ENP: 1) Goes without saying, but been able to get up close to the elephants, watch them interact with each other and meeting an extremely inspirational woman Lek, the ENP founder. 2) Getting to play/cuddle with endless amounts of cats and dogs on a daily basis. 3) Getting a much needed foot/back massage from the lovely ladies who came over every evening from the local villages. 4) Teaching bits of English to a guy called ...
... Very cute.
On completing the run we returned by the van to the office. Woody was good at making the case for a tip. This as a group we decided how much to donate each and one of the group presented to Woody. I suspect the low wage they receive is on the basis that it will be supplemented by tips. I had no issue with this as without their attention to our safety and entertainment ...
... a farm, but really, I don't know anybody that raises chickens because, as I say, I get my chicken from the store... all sanitary, clean and ready to cook.
Nong's chickens run around the outside of his home where he lives with his wife, his son, his sister, his mother, his brother and his brother's family. Family life here is tight. It's forever. In the "west", we are trying to eat more in line with nature's harmony and "organic" labels help us move in that ...