Ketawa Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Awesome! Absolutely awesome! Need I say more? Okay, I will. :-) Your word for the day is MAHOUT. Today was mahout training day. A mahout is an elephant trainer. They spend their life working with their one beloved elephant---they teach him or her commands, in Thai of course! And then they pretend to teach us the commands, too, but we knew who was really in charge. We went to a wonderful elephant ...
... home...I've thought about my own father a little more since we've been on our trip. I hope that's he's happy after finally being reunited with my mother after 50 years. That might seem like a long time to us .. but compared to eternity its not so long at all. I hope that in some way he is proud of who I am and how I've conducted my life. I wish I could see him and tell him how much I love him and all that he has meant to me. Being ...
... did it.. The temple was very beautiful, but also it was kind of like a temple theme park. In the woods there were statues, a cave with a shrine inside, and a long Naga bordered stairway to the bottom of the hill. In fact, much of the decor in Thailand is in an undulating wave, Naga shaped. The ride home was long and hot. When Win woke me up in front of my hotel, everyone was laughing. Once inside, I immediately drew a cool bath. After cooling down, I guess it was nap ...
... up for the national anthem before the film starts but one of the quirks of Asia I guess! We have managed to navigate public transport back to the airport for the next stage in our journey to the land down under! We have had a great time in Asia experiencing the culture and cuisine but on to the next set of adventures and hopefully a bit more relaxing because we are both shattered from the tour still! We will update when we get to Australia! Much love Ellie and Dan ...
... are not declawed as while in the teenage Cubs cage we saw claws out while they was cleaning themselves. If you are worried about mistreated and drugged Tigers this is a safe place for them. I'd rather see them in the wild but it's best here under supervision of caring people than hunted in the wild and made extinct. Just as I was leaving the tiger Kingdom I saw something advertised and asked my tuk tuk driver if she could take me and she did for no extra cost. It was ...