Autofellatio Monkey (and elephants)

Trip Start Nov 05, 2011
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Trip End Dec 04, 2011


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What I did
Elephant Village
Autofellatio Monkey

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Feeling a bit better this morning as we jumped into another van and headed out to the Elephant Village place for a ride on elephants that are thankfully smaller then African elephants, though I didn't need to worry about the comfort - these elephants had seats on them. There were a number of people out there before us so we had a nice relaxing wait, it was a pretty nice view looking out over the river as other groups went on their walks through the river and across the pebble bank. Eventually it was time for our walk and I got to sit in the mahout's spot on the elephants for a while through the river. Not the most comfortable thing to do but much more enjoyable than 90 mins on the back of an African elephant.

Lunch was on when we got back and had several plates, was feeling a bit hungry after just soup for dinner last night. Elizabeth told me about the monkey and I had to go have a look - and yes, he sat their in his cage sucking his own dick. A lot. He can't seem to get it out of his mouth.

After this we jumped into a boat and headed upriver to go to the Tad Sae waterfalls, which apparently only flow for a few months of the year when there had been enough rain. Nice area to look at and good for a swim, the water was nice and refreshing. 

Tip: don’t swim in the bottom pool as that’s where the elephants go swimming - and they shit in it.

After a swim we got the boats back down the river and van back into town. Late in the afternoon we went for walk up Phousi Hill to watch the sunset and surrounding area, its a pretty nice view from up there so naturally there are quite a few people up there to see it, there's no way to avoid them as the area at the top is a bit on the small side.

There are a lot of places to eat along the river, the restaurant or guesthouse on the other side of the road providing the food. The place we went to did their bit in keeping up the 100% record of getting something in the order wrong. Not just one but several times, I ended up getting two meals by eating incorrect ones that other people didn't want.

Tip: if ordering beef in Laos, ask when ordering that it is indeed beef. They have a habit of telling you when they bring out the prepared meal that they have run out of beef and you are getting buffalo instead. Its like ordering lamb but getting goat instead.

 Once again Elizabeth, Martina & Tracey wanted to hit the markets, I went along to get the olds a present, and once again hit my head countless times on the marque things. Asia really isn't made for taller people.
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