She had been talking for months about riding on an "efalant".
First we had to cross a very very long swing rope bridge. What's more it was over a river. I pretty much ran across holding 18kg of Cooper as I was so scared! Pepper took her time, squealing most of the way across the river, while Woody and Andrew had fun!
We met the elephants and fed them bananas. (30thb bunch). Both kids were hesitant as the elephants trunk snorted and blew air at them.
We watched them bathe in the river.
We then got to ride through the jungle for 1.5 hours to a Lisu hill tribe. There were 6 elephants on this little trek so the group sizes are very small which made it more personalised.
My all time favourite part was riding through the river. I was thinking how lucky I was to be doing this at age 36 when I looked across at Masters 7 & 9 months and Miss 4. It was 11am and Coopers peers at school would be in PE class and here he was on the back of an elephant in Northern Thailand.