Lanna Guest House
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... off tree branches for his mid walk munchies.
It amazes me how strong the personalities of the different elephants were. I rode two elephants during my time at the camp, first, Maboon, who apparently prefers "boonie" and whose favorite thing in life is eating, and second, Mali, a sweet 40-year-old female elephant with a very soft spirit. They exhibited their happiness through flapping their ears and swishing their tails. It was all very cute. In order ...
... young age can give you so many life changing experiences. It could really help a person find himself or herself, especially if they are traveling alone. I spend the afternoon walking around the old city. The old city walls are really well preserved, and the entire old city is surrounded by a moat. I took the main road to start with, and went to the couple of old temples that are the city's main attraction. But I think I am getting a little bit ...
... 8217;s had in her life! Home made cornchips and everything! It really was delicious. After dinner we thought we’d give the night bazaar markets another go. There were a few more little nik-naks we wanted to get and its about $1 each to get a tuk tuk anywhere around Chiang Mai so why not?! We’re back at our hotel now and ready for bed. We’re heading back to Phuket tomorrow for our last night in Thailand!
... as a kite. Nothing normal ever seems to happen to me. Anyhow despite our "happy" driver, between Joost and myself, we were able to steer the raft with ease, except when we went over a small waterfall but that wasn't too bad.
Once we reached the end of our cruise on the raft, we hopped back aboard and drove to the Mae Pan Falls. These were huge waterfalls in the middle of the jungle where we were able to relax and cool off after a hot and dusty drive on mountain roads, ...
... all had been rescued and treated badly for the first parts of their lives. We then took a ten minute break, hands washed and sat down for a couple of drinks, water that is! We then moved over to another area were we were introduced to 2 elephants, one male nicknamed "Gangsta". And another female. This was where we were to take our mahout training. 4 basic commands and actions to ride an elephant. Non Long, too make the elephant sit down so you can ...