Really Upclose with Elephants
I don't enjoy museums that much. I don't despise them, but something about fine line between me and the display that doesn't excite too much. Life meant to felt, experienced, and lived.
I don't enjoy museums that much. I don't despise them, but something about fine line between me and the display that doesn't excite too much. Life meant to felt, experienced, and lived. It's something about getting closer and touching something that tells you it's real and that you're about to have a ball of experience.
Be prepare to pull out the inner kid in you. Be prepare to not be able to contain yourself. From breakfast, we head to the park, go in the line, grab a hose, and hangout with the giant. I took this opportunity to take selfie, because why wouldn't you?
I feel like we bonded, though I'm sure everyone else, but still elephants are very happy with ample food and the water. We take pictures, continue to scrub the giant, and play in the water. After we all have fun with that, we walk to a little lake looking thing. There, you have the elephants, a manhout for each one of them and to help you get on the giant without busting your behind .
You get on back of the bare elephant, and a manhout to assist you. Their skin is pretty rough, but that didn't stop me from having a jolly good time. With coldness of the water, dipping in it while being on top of the elephant, it's like shivers to the nth level. You can stand, be tilted, you're a passenger so prepare for the lifetime ride.
I intend to keep my lifetime of memories on this open journal. Life's meant to be lived. Tons of countries to see, and experiences to be lived. Life's good if make you make it be.
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Travel vlog including this experience --> https://youtu.be/x0lzigLpRVA