What do Elephants eat for breakfast?
The Thai people hold their beloved giant, grey elephant in great esteem, and Surin is often known as the ‘province of elephants’. Once a year, Thai’s descend on Surin by every conceivable means of transport – buffalo, rickshaw, pedicar, lorry, van, car, moped, and yes, even by elephant!
The fun begins with a wonderful elephant parade through the streets, and the famous “elephant breakfast” – definitely the biggest breakfast in the world with streets lined with food for the giant animals to eat
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Picture: Thailand Elephant Festival 4419.jpg by hfconnolly, on Flickr