Aruntara Riverside Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in a greenhouse of every shape and size. Then we walked through a greenhouse with hundreds of butterflies. I grabbed a fresh coconut drink before we left and then we headed to the city of Chiang Mai. We were dropped off at one of the gates of the old city, Tha Phae. The old city is surrounded by two walls sandwiching a river. We walked around the old city for a while, and then headed to dinner about a mile away on the riverfront. There, we watched the sun set outside as ...
... push ups. The mornings are generally easier than the afternoon, although I did have my most challenging session yesterday morning. It's really nice to be able to unpack and settle somewhere for a while. We have our favourite places to eat and days off are spent at a nearby hotels swimming pool, with a trip to the Sunday walking market in the evening. Two more weeks training and who knows, I might be the next Muay Thai boxing champion (joke, I'm definitely not the fighting ...
... br> One of the more interesting places we visited in Northern Thailand was the sleepy town of Chiang Rai where we trekked through a village of the Hill tribes. There were several different tribes but the two most memorable to us were the Karen Longnecks and the Akha tribes. In my youth of pre-internet, pre-Google, I used to depend on the National Geographic for information about exotic locales and people. I recall seeing pictures of what they referred to as the ...
... a minion from Despicable Me, Captain Jack Sparrow and Michael Jackson. This was such a modern take on a temple that the locals had nicknamed it the mad man temple. We drove on to Cabbage and Condoms Restaurant for lunch. Such a bizarre name but this was due to a man trying to take family planning to the tribes in the hills and in return for condoms he was given cabbages. After lunch we drove on to Wat Prathat Doi Suthep, ...
... you were to ask me if I'm happy, I'd say, sure. But there would be external things that would make me happier. Whereas, being content is more like being at peace with where you are now. It's more internal. Someone asked me if Buddhists and yogis are just content with where they are, do they not take action and strive to improve the condition? Being content does not mean being stagnant. You still improve yourself but while you give it your ...