Belle Villa Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... of a species. Who knows if my kids (if I ever have any) will get the experience to not only ride on an elephant but to even see one in real life. After our elephant encounter we were off back up to the mountain where we would make a pit stop at a water fall to have a little picnic. We had to hike up about 300m and along the hike we ran into a group of students from Norway (from the looks of the girls we might have to make a detour there at some ...
... around how the elephants assist in the logging industry, the finale of the show was based around watching 3 of the elephants produce some remarkable paintings. After that we had the opportunity to ride the elephants, the ride was 30 minutes long and initially the elephants waded through a lake and then took us on a journey through parts of the forest, it wasn't the most comfortable ride ever especially during the downhill sections. Finally we visited ...
... in. Becky was delighted that she managed to stay in the boat for the whole trip.
Some of the rapids had big drops and we were thrown around in the boat and got drenched. There were 4 of us in the boat plus the skipper at the back of the boat. The skipper shouted instructions to us as we moved along the rapids.
That night Becky went for a foot massage whilst Matt had a couple of beers at a bar. The following morning we took a bus to our next destination - ...
... against Burmese invaders. The old city is surrounded by streets of guest houses, cafes and bars. Chiang Mai 's primary attractions are; the old city's historic holy temples with the Lana(Chiang Mai's old name) culture still proudly on display, cooking and language classes, meditation and elephants who live in the surrounding area. We checked into a hotel and found some some food before having an early night. The next day we started planning our time in Chiang Mai. It ...
... a small island in the water. She was so cute whilst we scrubbed and fed her. We then walked her back to camp where we said bye. Another brilliant experience and it was nice to see how they were looked after her. There was also loads of information about the use of chains and sticks and reassurance about how much pain the elephant's actually feel etc... This is important to understand how they are looked after. The next part of the day wasn't as ...