For me, the anticipation of travelling is more stressful than the travelling itself. Once I’m through security and dragging my lightweight bag through the airport I’ll be in the zone, the travelling zone, and as long as nothing goes wrong I’ll be fine. Hopefully I won’t have to think on my feet at all, because...Read More
The first elephant I met in Thailand, venturing nervously into a wild animal’s enclosure and fairly sure I was going to die, was called Nam Chok. Back then, there were seven elephant residents at the rescue centre where I volunteered, and the day after my fifteen hour flight and hour long drive I was thrown...Read More
My very first solo holiday adventure was a month long stay at an elephant refuge centre in Thailand. Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand saves all types of animals, from gibbons to bears, but I only worked with the resident elephants. They were a bunch of lovely, retired old ladies and one young male who’d been rescued...Read More
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