Belle Villa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Lunch was where we really got to talk to the rest of the people in our group. None of them were American which was fun.
After everyone finished eating, we fed the elephants banana trees. It was remarkable! The elephants would take an entire tree trunk and crush it with their feet to get to the good stuff and then use their trunk as sort of a fork and feed themselves. It was so neat to see! Next, we headed back down to the river at the base of the camp. ...
... off by getting changed into these really weird clothes and lied down, and she started, it was nothing like a massage at home, she was doing it over these clothes and very fast movements, I just went with it. She then did what I thought was a relaxing movement, where she held my hands and rocked me, then all of a sudden yanked me to the right, my whole back cracked, I thought I may have broken it! I'm so glad I was facing away from ...
... ect in shows. They're so beautiful they should have been in the wild, but in Thailand they have different opinions on animals and largely they're just a way to make money. That's the reason I didn't visit the tiger zoos, I can't see why anybody would pay to see tigers that are so drugged up they let tourists climb all over them, makes me kinda sick. Thailand is not an animal friendly country. Day over we headed for an evening out, there is a curfew in Chiang Mai so ...
... 1 German, 2 Americans), all around my age and traveling through SE Asia too. The teacher, Hatsaya, showed us the garden in back of the open-air school and then took us to the local market where she taught us about all the local and regional foods. What was once foreign now has a name and context. After we went back to the school and made noodles, curries and soup. Hatsaya was so nice that she friended the group on Facebook after and asked to keep in touch.
In typical ...
... students that has come here 7 times in 3 years, because he is unhappy every time he returns home to Hawaii from this retreat. The topic was happiness, and how we need to change the way we look at things in order to be happy in every situation. His words make perfect sense, but it gets really boring and I could see the 19 other people around me trying to stay awake. This went on for an hour and when he released us someone hit the bell, indicating breakfast time at 7am. Finally! ...