Chiang Mai Inn
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loved it here, the staff are awesome, the rooms are lovely and sooo cheap and they do an exclusive 'real jungle' experience!
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... I did there?). Not to mention, changing into the elephant bonding outfit allowed me to get out of my wet clothes covered in mud, so despite the mom pants, I was seriously happy just to be dry.
The camp was a lot different than other elephant camps I have heard about. The guide there taught us different hand motions and words that associate with them on how to control the elephant. They were all in Thai, the only command I can remember off the top of my ...
... a really bad hangover, considering I practically passed out. But I really needed some food, and familiar food at that. So I headed to a place nearby and ate a breakfast of an omelette and french toast. After the huge breakfast and downing two bottles of water, I felt alright. Then I came back to the hostel to type out my entry for last night. Just as I finished, and got myself a cup of the free coffee here, I was joined by Dani. This was the girl ...
... we arrived a massive smile appeared as Helen caught her first glimpses of the elephants. We swiftly changed into some of their "uniform" clothes. Rather baggy shorts with a baggy top. And then were given a 10 minute intro with 2 elephants with their handlers. Lots of explanations and questions to be asked/answered. We then moved onto the main area were the elephants had been brought out. It was feeding time. We had been given four massive baskets ...
... Americans vs. some of the Thai students. That was a ton of fun, but I already felt old…out of shape and slow.
After sports day, we showered and went to a restaurant for dinner. We had Mexican, which was so exciting. I love Mexican food…so much. Then we went to a coffee shop and worked on some more schoolwork…which really turned into talking with each other.
All in all, it was a nice relaxing day. ...
... like wear only flip-flops in the OR.
The things that are the same in the U.S. are that people are waiting around for their family members to be seen, and they care and provide emotional support for them. They look worried, sad and curious. In the words of Simba’s daughter Ciara: “Them? Us? Look at them. They are us". I firmly believe that no matter what people tell you, everyone wants the same things: love, acceptance, support and hope. ...