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MAESA ELEPHANT CAMP – CHIANG MAI, THAILAND

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Established in 1976 by Choochart Kalmapijit, Maesa Elephant Camp is set amid a rushing stream is a tropical forest twenty minutes from downtown Chiang Mai. The founder understood the intelligence of elephants and set about creating a healthful, caring environment for the approximately 78 elephants who live there currently. The six tons of grass, sugar …

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Angkhang Nature Reserve, Thailand

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Angkhang Nature Reserve is King Bhumibol’s inspired 1969 project to convert poppy fields into top quality vegetable and fruit gardens, as well as gorgeous flower gardens. One of many such projects, it creates permanent jobs for the local hill tribes.                               …

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Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Thailand’s second largest city, located in the north central part of the country, is the home of The Prince Royal’s College (K-12) founded in 1887 by Bud’s missionary grandparents, David and Ada Collins. We have grown fond of this city.                               …

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