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  • An Amazing Week at The Elephant Nature Park We've just spent the past week volunteering at Thailand's Elephant Nature Park and have had the most amazing, inspiring time. The park is an NGO (Non Government O Posted by AmyRossiter26 in Amy's Travelsome Adventures | Jan 24, 2014
  • On To Chiang Mai... and The Tiger Kingdom!Chiang Mai has definitely lived up to our high expectations so far! The town itself is really nice, with lots of excellent coffee shops (we've had the best coffee in Thailand here), little boutique shops, as well as plenty of Posted by AmyRossiter26 in Amy's Travelsome Adventures | Jan 12, 2014
  • Bath time There's not a whole lot to do on Phi Phi. We lounged on the beach reading and sunbathing, dunking into the clear, blue waters occasionally to take a break from the baking sun. Even here, on this tiny island Posted by kristian23 in Asian Adventures | Jul 1, 2013
  • Chiang Mai, the Islands, and a Change of HeartAfter returning from the Elephant Nature Park, we spent a few days exploring the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand's second biggest city after Bangkok but thankful a lot less chaotic. We had a reminder of home on our first evening Posted by kate1401 in The World Ahead | Mar 14, 2013
  • Written After The Fact....[center][/center] [center]Photo Copyright Tasha[/center] ==Thailand....== Images of white sand beaches, emerald jungles, turquoise waters, majestic elephants, golden tem Posted by pixcee in Two In Thailand | Dec 18, 2012
  • Cooking Class at The Thai Farm Cooking School[center][/center] Dan and I extended our stay in Chiang Mai by two nights so that we could take fuller advantage of the activities offered. We decided to take a cooking class and learn how to ma Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jul 9, 2012
  • Tigers[center][/center] In Thailand, nothing is impossible. Want to ride an elephant? Ok. Want to play with monkeys? Ok. Want to pet a grown tiger? Sure. But why???? Dan’s Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jul 6, 2012
  • Chiang Mai Night Market[center][/center] After seeing genuine Thai handicrafts made by local Thai workers, we hit up the night market as educated shoppers Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jul 4, 2012
  • Elephant Camp[center][/center] Thais love and revere elephants. There are many elephant camps all over Chiang Mai set up to take care of the many elephants in Thailand. Elephants are safer in camps bec Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jul 6, 2012
  • Handicraft Village[center][/center] When our guide dropped us off at our hotel after picking us up at the airport she informed us that our hotel was in a Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jul 3, 2012
  • Chiang Mai - Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep[center][/center] Our first day in Chiang Mai we had a tour of a mountain top temple about 45 minutes outside of the city. Chiang Mai itself is not a very large city, especially in comparison to Posted by SusanConradWang in The Wangs in Asia | Jul 3, 2012
  • Chiang MaiOn Sunday (days of the week don't have the same significance when you are travelling as they do back home, Sundays in Thailand seem to be exactly the same as every other day of the week as far as I Posted by seanio5 in The Other Side of The World, and Back | May 8, 2012
  • Thailand: Chiang Mai - Culture and Treks==Chiang Mai== If I knew what Chiang Mai was like, I certainly would have come here sooner..... It is the second biggest city in Thailand and capital of the north, however absolutely nothing like (if not polar opposite) to Bangkok. It's quiet (even Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Mar 5, 2012
  • Leisure and Learning in Chiang Mai[img= Posted by mands186 in Mind The Gap | Feb 26, 2012
  • Chiang Mai The second largest city in Thailand (Bangkok is #1), it immediately feels more relaxed and less smog-filled than its bigger sister. It's up in the hills of northern Thailand, but from Posted by Noemad in Indochina; A cultural journey | Feb 15, 2012
  • Bangkok, ThailandThe flight from Perth to Bangkok is a manageable eight hours – though to be honest I’d been a little highly strung in the lead up to flying out and arrived rather exhausted! To keep things simple and ease into Posted by Skyte in Unintentionally Nomadic | Dec 23, 2011
  • No Photo; moneyTravel guides and fellow globetrotters will tell you that you'll get used to the beggars and pan-handlers you encounter in all of the emerging countries. They've each got their gimmick to tug on your heart strings--gimmicks that can be Posted by marvandmel in "Let's go get it..." | Dec 8, 2011
  • Chiang Mai So at this point, most of you reading the blog probably realize that we have traveled home to the states and are safe and sound residing in NY. Although it seems a bit silly to still Posted by Marbert18 in Migration | May 12, 2011
  • One big adventure at Chiang MaiAfter 4 straight days of water fights in Chiang Mai, Songkran is now over. We've joined in the festivities almost every day, even on the Wednesday when it was pouring down with rain and the ice cold water was not Posted by JoyRyderRTW in Round The World With Kayleigh & Phil | Apr 16, 2011
  • Bangkok to Chiang MaiOn our last day in Bangkok we decided to make our way to the MBK shopping centre after hearing it was actually pretty spectacular. We took the Chao Praya Express boat to the end of the river and then the Posted by JoyRyderRTW in Round The World With Kayleigh & Phil | Apr 12, 2011
  • Elephant Nature ParkThis entry is probably going to be the most difficult to write, as I could easily write a book about this place. It's called "The Elephant Nature Park" and is run by an amazing lady called Sangduen Chailert, aka Posted by tmac77 in My round the world trip | Mar 7, 2011
  • Baan Thai Cooking Class 9.30am, time for our ‘free’ cooking course – it was free because we were charged DOUBLE for our hill tribe trek by SK House by ‘accident.’ Anyway, it was something we both wanted to do at some point Posted by CarlaTracy in Carla Tracy | Feb 26, 2011
  • Woody Elephant TrainingFor the last two months in Thailand, I had rejected any offer of riding, seeing, touching or feeding any elephants. I had saved myself for today! I had spent considerable time researching the kind of elephant activities that Posted by CarlaTracy in Carla Tracy | Feb 23, 2011
  • Tiger Kingdom 9am the alarm goes off, 10am the alarm goes off, 11am we finally managed to drag ourselves out of bed after a bad night’s sleep, due to a loud buzzing noise in our room. We sorted a Posted by CarlaTracy in Carla Tracy | Feb 23, 2011
  • Chiang MaiRight now we're in Saigon, I went to a doctors finally because I was sweating while I was taking a crap and my ring is sore from wiping so much. I think it was called health clinic international - its Posted by mikeb1986 in Backpacking - why not to bother | Nov 24, 2010
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