Ketawa Boutique Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... own Mahout who gave the commands to the elephant. No coercion was made. Each elephant is brought up with a nominated Mahout.
We were given a short presentation on some aspects of elephant life. Eating is the main preoccupation. They have to consume 150Kg of vegetable matter per day. Each day the Karen have to find the elephant this is done by help of a bell hung round their neck and a GPS chip contained above the bell. This is necessary as ...
... need to direct our elephants when trekking. We learnt how to command the elephants to walk, turn left, turn right, stop and kneel down so we could get on and off. Next it was time to visit the sanctuary's newest member, a 3 month old baby elephant born at the park. Baan Chang Elephant Park is strongly against separating baby elephants from their mothers, so we had to be careful interacting with the baby as its very protective mother was close by. ...
... was a bit confusing. We had to buy a ticket for a shuttle bus which took us to the main area. We saw the elephants ready for the rides they give. The elephants were chained up and didn't seem too happy so I wasn't sure about it. We could watch the elephants bathing. The keepers rode them out to us and you could buy food to feed them. Then they went in the water and washed themselves. When they came out there was an opportunity to touch them. Then there was the elephant show. ...
What an amazing day we had today.
It it started earlier then we would have liked to the sounds of dogs, chickens, and trucks outside of our room. After getting ready for our day, we went down to the lobby and waited for the truck to pick us up. The mini bus from the park arrived right on time, we got on and then made our way around town picking up the others in our group. We soon departed old town and started heading north. They showed us ...
... adult wearing a helmet but a child around 5 was
not, that did not make sense to me..
Something that is VERY different from the United States is
you must bring your own toilet paper to the hospital. None of the bathrooms
have toilet paper even the staff bathroom?!?! How crazy is that!! Good thing I did
not have to go today or I would have been up poop creek.
Lastly, I cannot wait for American food!! Plain chicken ...