Lanna Hill House
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... yard where your ancestors visit.
Jan consulted Lonely Planet and we decided to take a Scorpion Tail boat ride. ...
... And follow his tracks".
"Don't worry Roods"
Jill messaged the deer.
"We'll find Santa in time,
Just let us finish our beer".
They flew to Bangkok
And stepped into the night heat.
"Before we do anything,
we'll need something to eat".
They jumped into a taxi
and told the driver to hurry.
They dined happily on spring rolls
And Thai green curry.
"Right let's get to it" said Matt,
"Let's crack the code.
Where to first?"
... the same twelve-year animal cycle as is popularly known in Chinese culture. So some of the hangings around the temple were specific to each of the animal based years. Behind this temple we were surprised to find a large pond with bamboo structures around the outside and a bridge across the pond back to the monks quarters. The grounds within many of the temples are so quiet and peaceful it is hard to imagine the bustling city surrounding them. The second temple we visited ...
Waking up to elephants and birds on the river is a pretty sweet way to wake up, if you ask me... Hence the title of this entry. Also the notion of this being a heaven for elephants is something Lec refers to often in her videos and interviews. Our morning, was also accompanied by a lot of dogs barking... Imagine over 400 dogs all waking up together. Before breakfast we spent some time watching elephants off of our back patio crossing the river and bathing on their own. It was ...
... shattered when I woke up. Breakfast was basic but good, scrambled egg, pineapple and toast. I've eaten enough pineapple to last me till the day i die and I don't like egg so toast it was. There was homemade pineapple jam and that was really good so for a girl who hasn't eaten toast in a few years I wolfed down 4 slices. The thunder storm had let up but it was still pouring down so it was a case of pack your things and get out your rain coat, again it ...