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... but start having babies when they are about 10. Their heart weighs between 10 and 25kg but only beats 25times a minute, which must mean the force of each contraction is huge!! The elephants at this park are not related and yet they have formed distinct family packs of about 4 or 5. They can live until they are about 90, the oldest elephant at this park is 80. It was a great day and so lovely to see happy elephants that have been through a lot of trauma. I could go on forever about ...
... to passport control where he asks for 300 Baht to get your passport through control very quickly... And if you pay 300 believe me it'll save waiting in the queue and he'll push in front give the officer your passport and some dough which the corrupt officer will take and hey presto! Your sorted!! But then you find you'll still wait an hour with everyone else for your minibus to Koh Chang... It doesnt leave ...
... expected -market stalls covering the streets, food carts,hawkers trying to sell you everything from a suit to a fake ID and hundreds of bars full of young people drinking from buckets. We looked around a few of the stalls managing to find some bargains amongst the elated tourist prices before heading for some late lunch and a beer. Well we ended up having a mere two bottles of Chang each (ok so they were the large ones) before beginning to feel ...
... the soggy streets.
The rain has come consistently every night. The sky fills with lightning from the sea. As the storms come in the environment prepares you with only a moment's notice. First you can see the palm trees start to sway on the tip of the island. Moments later the need to secure books and other flight worthy items before you lose them. When the rain starts it is light...a cool Seattle drizzle. Within about ...
... then had to pack our bags for our trip to England. And I wonder why I’m stressed....! I’m calling it the Norris-Effect.
Return to Blighty and Ireland
We made our merry (but weary) way to Bangkok on the 6th November. All the entertaining of guests over the previous few weeks had made us pretty exhausted. I now understand why a relaxing honeymoon follows directly after a wedding. I wont bore you with the details of this laborious journey ...