Chiang Mai Night Safari Resort
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... In this time you also can to appreciate the great size and beauty of the animal. This would be a great educational experience for school kids in that they get to see a animal that you wouldn't find in Australia. We also completed this daily check over the elephants for the next week.
After we had done the check up it now onto hiking through the forrest to see if we could find one of the elephants and collect data. ...
... to talk to four men from the Chief of Policy office in District 5. They opened up this session to us in the form of question and answer. I learned that the origin of drugs in Thailand was for production increase, not recreational use, that .7% of the Thai population is addicted, there is, on average, 135 causes per day in each district (there is nine districts), and that there is a 97% conviction rate. The officials informed us that YABA (which is ...
... park to try and save them from extinction. She also fights the old ways and tries to convince people ele's aren't just for human use. The law must change as ele's currently have the same protection as cattle, so none at all. It was an educative few days but it was awful to witness some of the videos and what goes on. It's very backwards as a mainly Buddhist country it goes against all of what they believe in. At the park they practice positive re-enforcement to try and ...
... the forty degree pools that boast unspoiled views through the valley, we were ready to begin our trek on foot. The initial terrain wasn't too challenging however we soon found ourselves clambering up the hillside. When we eventually reached the top, the blood, sweat and tears proved entirely worthwhile. The panoramic views across the tops of the dense tree canopy were unrivalled. We began our descent into the first Karen village. Karen is the name of ...
... wasn't really that fast and by throwing I mean we fell off a lot. Between us over two runs of the mountain we managed 17 falls including a joint one in-which Kit came off ahead of me and went left into some bushes while at the same time I came off and went right into first a tree stump and then a tree. The outcome of which was that Kit re-hurt his already dodgy left wrist (hurt while motorbiking in Vietnam) and I broke ...