After our morning show and elephant and ox cart rides, it was time for lunch. After lunch, we were to go rafting. So if you would like to visit Mae Thaeng Elephant Park, you really should leave an entire day open for it.
Okay, let's take a look at the lunch that everyone's so eager to see!
There was a group of Koreans there that day. The tour guide left some kimchi on the table for them. I wonder if it's because they can't do without kimchi for even just one meal?
All Thai-style choices.
My first round, with pad thai.
One thing worth mentioning is the white thin noodles called 'khanom chin'. It's made from rice, and goes well with green curry or other types of the sort.
And then another bowl of kuey teow ก๋วยเตี๋ยว!
You'll see a photographer doing around taking photos during your elephant ride. When you come back for lunch, you'll find a suspicious person looking around, checking with the photos they have... They'll come and show you something like this, and honestly, if you don't want it YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY IT. But I guess most people would like to have something like this as a souvenir? Unless you've been here once too many times.
隨著我們搬家... 這張照片竟然離奇的失蹤了... 怎麼找也找不到！
As we moved to Taichung, this photo mysteriously disappeared!
After a little break, we prepared ourselves for our rafting trip.
You'll see other tourists still on their rides.
Seems like the place where they train the elephants to paint.
For those who enjoy somewhat more exciting stuff, you'll find jungle flight packages at your hotel or hostel.
They'll take pictures of your rafting trip as well, but it takes a longer wait. Since we had other things to do, we decided not to wait.