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... badly or even wander around with their owners in villages and towns begging for food. It's both cruel and dangerous for elephants to live like this, especially since they are not able to live in their natural habitat, so I hope that my time working with the elephants these weeks in Thailand will help support good forms of tourism. Each day we work with the animals, we peel the banana stalks (they don't like to eat the outside, so this makes it easier for them), and we then get ...
... age in my culture.. etc etc..
everyone mumbled on and on about how you couldn't even buy this food in a restaurant and how ******* good and healthy it was..
i dont know what followed in local dialects... but I got the vibe one guy - way too drunk wanted me to go home and kept saying "how are you getting home? do you need a lift?
hard to read.. but everyone else seemed ashamed of him and kept telling me to stay...
i expected some such thing to ...
... angry birds behind him..
clearly reptile / reserve bank agents... spying everywhere through angry bird images..
There wasnt even internet in this town... but one idiot in Denmark makes a stupid game with angry birds... its penetrates more successfully than internet on the opposite side on the undeveloped world.. a few weed smoking jews in the back of a record label come up with a couple of catchy lines.. and its in everyone's head worldwide..
... slippery and narrow maze of rice paddy's. For some, it proved to be far too difficult- when Lily slipped into rice filled water. A once dry and rested challenger, changed to a soaked and sobbing one. :(
The day proved to be "challenging" and was a mixture in difficulty of the previous days.
When we reached our last river crossing (on rafts) we were filled with absolute joy! And, this resulted in a minor mud fight- guides included.
We were ...
Since we were driving on the left, the driver had slammed on the brakes as soon as he had spotted it but we hadn't stopped in time for the python to be positioned in front of the vehicle to the right. Instead, we had over shot the mark by the whole length of the truck and the python's head lay approximately a metre away from the back of the open sorng-taa-ou where me and the other guy were sitting. We heard the driver shouting through ...