We took the BTS to Ari station and walked to the shell gas station. From there, we took a cab to the cafe, located within a private housing area. Locating the restaurant was simple because many bloggers have blogged about the directions. My bf and I followed the instructions,, and we had no problem finding the place.
153 Paholyothin Soi Ari Samphan 2, Bangkok, Thailand
It was a fantastic experience stroking and cuddling up to the huskies; a few other breeds of dogs mingle amongst the pack, which is pretty interesting to watch. It was also quite an eye-opener to see the huskies snacking on chopped carrots, which the owner gives as treats.
Amidst playing with the huskies, I noted one particular dog was drawn to the cameramen of a local television station. Licking and cuddling up to the poor gentleman who was trying his utmost best to focus on his job, filming the interview. He gently patted the dog and smiled. I guess the dog got the cue and snuggled beside the cameraman, looking disappointed.
Little did I know that I would be interviewed next by the television station. The show’s host asked questions like where I was from, who I came with and do I like dogs… Haha didn’t expect to get 5 minutes of fame during my holiday. After the interview, we exchanged name cards and had a short chat. An enjoyable experience.
After the hour was up and the dogs were called back for meal time, we headed to the gift shop. Where I purchased a t-shirt. The owners were very kind to call for a tuk-tuk for us to make our way to the main road.
My, I had a delightful session with e dog at the cafe. Not a massive fan of the cakes but the dogs and hospitality the owners provided were true.
Could anyone tell me which television station this is? The crew were in a rush, and I didn’t have time to ask them.