Yang Tone Farm Stay

Address: 208 M.12, Rong Wua, Soi 9, Chiang Mai, 50170, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 208 M.12, Rong Wua, Soi 9, Chiang Mai.
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      A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 12, 2015

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... soup with chicken, rice, watermelon, green mango and chicken/broccoli stir fry. Kuhn Anan joined the faculty for dinner and we had a different meal. I tried something new tonight. It is called Salium (Thai dish sadao). It is a plant that grows on a Neem Flower tree. It is only eaten in January when it blooms. It is a bitter green with little yellow blossoms. You pull the flower part off of the stem and then pour a tamarind sauce over it to offset the bitterness. ...

      Terrific and Tiring Travels!

      A travel blog entry by brittweav on Jan 06, 2015

      ... all the places your shoes go. We also went to the mall which is huge like 6 stories huge! There are no real rules to driving even though people will say there are rules. There are a lot of motorcycles however they will pile 3 or 4 or more people on one one motorcycle. Or even sitting sideways on them and sometimes just piling crates or boxes on the back! Our professor told us that most of trauma patients are from motorcycle accidents which I understand why after seeing ...

      The next chapter .....

      A travel blog entry by imogen82 on Jan 02, 2015

      3 photos

      We arrived in Chiang Mai yesterday evening after our flight was delayed from Bangkok 1.5 hrs. Bit frustrating as it has become very apparent time is precious, yes we are here 3 weeks but don't want to spend too much of our time travelling and not getting a chance to relax. So only had time for a little stroll around Chiang Mai to grab some food and a few beers before we both could not keep our eyes open. ...

      Chiang Mai... The rose of the north!

      A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Dec 29, 2014

      46 photos

      ... for the 90 minute ride up into the highlands of Thailand into the longneck villages of the Karen people - the indigenous of the area. Upon arrival we are all greeted by the friendly staff who run the camp. Once split up into smaller groups we set off to start the day... First stop: feeding the elephants. Each armed with a bunch of bananas, we got to feed one elephant at a time. First we met one pregnant female... She ate alot! Lol Then we met Papa. The only male in the ...

      Trekking and Camping!!!

      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Dec 28, 2014

      41 photos

      ... mistreated. People ride in the elephants there. And I ended up walking too, and I could feel their sorrow. I understand that these people and their ancestors, for many, many years have always used the elephants here, as well as many countries in Asia, such as labor force, as in Brazil use horses and donkeys. But I couldn’t accept seeing an animal so special, intelligent and sensitive as elephants, chained and serving of fun to humans. I felt bad for being there, ...