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Formerly logging camps, these have been converted over to nature preserves / tourist attractions. The elephants do seem to be treated well & are happy. One reason may be because they are paired for life with a single trainer, resulting … Continue reading
After the flower parade we joined Tom & Janet to go to a Thai cooking class. We first went to the market and learned about various Thai foods and ingredients. After making our purchases, we walked to the cooking school … Continue reading
While we were there, Chiang Mai had their annual flower parade. We started out in the stands, but moved down to street level about halfway through, at which point the photos get much better, also helped by the fact that … Continue reading
The main reason for the trip to Thailand was to join Bud & Anita in dedicating new tennis courts for Prince Royal’s College, the K-12 school that his grandfather founded in 1887.
While in Chiang Mai we stayed at the Chedi Hotel, one of the nicest hotels either of us has ever seen, let alone stayed at. The grounds are beautiful, the staff very friendly, and our room was huge! It’s right … Continue reading