Charcoa Bed and Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... all had different things to offer, each resembling the era they were built in, and the religious practices at that time.
The first temple we decided to really engage properly was Wat Chedi Luang. This really was outstanding; the temples huge stupa (where ashes are contained) was a red brick structure built in Lanna style, with a square base and steps leading up to the top. Naturally this has been eroding over time, but was made 30m shorter after partially surviving ...
... and ready to ride at 6.30. It was pouring. I waited till 7.00 and still ******* down. Bloody weather site said overcast and afternoon showers grrrrrr. On the moto by 7.30 and the rain wasn't my biggest drama as the wind and fog collaborated to send me screaming off a cliff. It was bloody horrendous and only cleared as I passed the turnoff to Doi inthanon. The whole mountain was fogged out so it was pointless doing the side tour and wasting 1 1/2 hours so I continued on ...
... or so there, it was still teeming with visitors but so many less than the Grand Palace at that time of day.
Ali and Nick had recommended we visit a unique and beautiful infinity swimming pool on the roof of the posh Okura Prestige Hotel overlooking the city up the road so we took the skytrain (impressive elevated metro) there and wandered in. This journey really made my mind up: Bangkok is a seriously happening modern city now, with massive wealth, loads of huge ...
... a cliff on not the sturdiest of ground. We were only on it for 30 minutes which was much easier on the legs than yesterday (our legs and the elephants i guess). Dave was hilarious, he was so terrified but we made it back okay. We were also able to feed them again some bananas which was my favourite, Su actually fed one from her mouth! After the other group had had a go it came to washing them down. In typical Thai fashion, just before this, ...
... so while we were walking along he was snapping pictures of us and our elephants. I made the foolish decision to hold onto my camera, which meant I only had one hand to stabilize myself on the back of the animal as we went up and down hills and through rivers, but we made it back safe and only I was only covered in a little bit of dirt. Lennea on the other hand was riding a much younger elephant who was constantly throwing dirt up on ...