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... much room to get pass.
The first stop was the village school of the White Meo Hilltribe, the King was responsible for the school being built for the local children. The King and Queen of Thailand are adored by the people but has no power and yet managed to influence the government to get this done, with running water.
The lifestyle of ...
Cooking class! Probably my (D) favourite day (obviously there's food involved! Haha). We woke up at 7.30am which is a lie in for us as most days we've woken up around 6.30 to prepare for the day. We skipped breakfast as G read in one of the tripadvisor reviews there's a lot of food during the class. The minivan collected us where we met with our overly enthusiastic guide 'Yummy' who took us to the local market first. The food market sells ...
... forbid you make the same mistake as me.
The morning ended with barf. And a long visit to the river with a bar of soap.
We picked up our hike soon after wards, starting at 9:00am. We had a long trek on the second day. Our destination for lunch was a village that was nearly a 4.5 hour hike away. We hiked through some breath taking scenery. Layered rice fields were hidden within the hillsides. Buffalo roamed the shallow water in the rice fields as we trekked ...
The only exhibit I wasn't pleased with was the otter - it was alone, and it's habitat smelled bad, and all the water was stagnant, not running. I felt really bad for the little guy, particularly considering that some of the other enclosures were so cushy-looking. I'm hoping he was due for the next upgrade, or he got rotated through to other habitats or something... Also we tried to check out the fur seals (along with the penguins, ...
... a baby were feeding.
The mother was incredibly protective and we had to make some quick retreats if she felt cameras were too close. We then walked off to see some other elephants being fed on top of a platform and from down the slope you could literally look up to them from the ground...they are one seriously large animal from ground level!
We had a chilled lunch and found out that one of the group lived off Elm Grove. Jess is ...