Lanna Guest House
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January--- That one weekend when we went to Chiang Mai and then came back and danced and modeled and yeah it was a very busy weekend....
... elephants we saw had stepped on land mines, and that caused broken hind legs. We also saw an orphaned elephant, Hope, whose mother had been shot in the wild. The Nature Park has 43 elephants, but it also has 450 dogs, 180 cats, and 83 water buffalo.
Asian elephants are endangered. 100 years ago, there were 100 000 elephants. 10 years ago, there were 25 000 elephants and today there are only 5000 left. One of the many problems facing elephants is that they are ...
... to master young youngs. So, Maew was quick to tell me that I would not like the bathrooms in China. Apparently the Chinese do not believe in flushing the toilet so there is always a bad smell. Also, she said they do not like to use doors. She said it was not uncommon for stalls not to be completely enclosed. She said that the walls only go half way up. So, when you are using the toilet you can see the person to the right and left of you. She told me that when ...
... less 20 year old backpackers. I would be fairly content on a secluded beach, far away from the herds, with white sands, bright coloured fish and clear waters. I hear Koh Lanta and Koh Samui would be like that. IN any case, the chances of me coming back to Thailand are slim. I try not to travel to the same country twice (much to Eugene's dismay - he's been trying to get me to go back to Belize for years). I know I've mentioned this before, but ...
... the river and the elephants saw them and started walking towards them. The founder of the organization told them to quiet down and get out of the rafts, so they got out and walked down the side of the river to avoid collision with the elephants.
Overall the experience was incredible and I am so glad we decided to go. We left around 3pm and arrived back at the ...