Chiang Mai River House
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... Once at our hostel we continued to laze around for the rest of the afternoon before going to the Sunday market which was huge! We found some dinner in a restaurant (we craved pasta after too much rice that weekend) and then began shopping going through all the stalls and we even tried ancient ice lollies made in a traditional Thai style. On Monday we had a lazy morning before going out to visit some of the temples around the city and read some of the Buddhist teachings written ...
... flops. I'm thinking about leaving them with her, hah.
Then I tried to mime that the bathroom in room 6 has ants, especially around the sink and toilet. I think she got it. But she was giggling for a while (I squatted into a pooping position and made crawling ant gestures with my fingers...).
I talked to my dad tonight, and he asked about what we eat, so I'm going to post some pictures. We eat vegan ...
... processed. Our 'sky ranger' team was Yai and Woody. Woody the experienced senior and Yai the young assistant. Both are jokers who made the whole experience fun. More on this later.
We were put into our harnesses, helmet and given the four safety rules:
1. Do not put your hand on the wire. You will lose fingers.
2. Do not detach your safety clip at any ...
And yet another thing knocked off the bucket list!
A couple of years ago, my parents asked us to tell them one or two things that we HAD to do while on our trip. My two things were swimming with dolphins in the wild and zip lining. I have now done both of them!
Today we went ziplining and white water rafting. We woke up at 6:00 am and left at 8:00 to take an hour long car ride into the jungle. Once we got there we met our guides, ...
... of the members have problems with their knees, neck, back and hips because of all the walking they do plus the steep hills and the manual labor involved with coffee harvesting and tea harvesting. Even school age children work so hard. They leave for school at 6 in the morning because the school is around an one hour and a half away. School goes until 4 but they will stay for tutoring after school and will not get back to around 6 or 7 at night. There were so many things that we ...