Proud Phu Fah Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... go through all the customs and security rigmarole both leaving the airport and coming back. Still it did kill some time. We were excited to be met by both Tanya and Kay at the airport and have a local negotiate the taxi system for us. Our luggage plus us wasn't going to translate into a comfortable bike ride! The 99 Gallery Hotel is situated almost in the centre of the old city and we look out over some amazing temples. Our room is, ...
... as calm as one can be in a foreign country without a bloody passport)! Long story short It turned out I wasn't 'clear enough' on the phone that I'd misplaced my passport and the woman at the bike shop Rosalyn, did in fact have my passport sitting in amongst her papers in her desk draw at the shop. This meant another 4hr bus trip to return from Pai to Chiang Mai to pick up my passport, quick stay and on the bus early the next morning to Tha Ton. Moral of story, ...
... is one of domestication - should you be doing that to any animal? Anyway, debate aside, I thought it was great!! Feeding the elephants clumps of bananas and sugar cane was brilliant. You have to stand well back and place the food at the end of their trunk, and they curl it up and in goes the food! Apparently they're not fussy and have been known to pick up cameras and phones in a similar way! It was a really wet day yesterday, so the elephants had ...
... in Thai) The picture of said insect included in this entry was taken in Billy's carport. They are tough creatures that require considerable force to crush. The guy pictured below continued to thrive even after his body was flattened. You can see his size compared to Billy's hand.
There are two other pictures with no identification. Mason, can you identify?
... city there are National Parks, waterfalls, the Kings Palace, villages, elephants and wildlife parks so trekking is popular here.
Well it is hard to believe but the end of our 6.5 week holiday has arrived and what an amazing experience it has been. So many highlights along the way, we will enjoy getting home and reflecting on all that we have seen and done in the time we have been away.
Homeward bound tomorrow until the next trip farewell!!