Assaradevi Villa and Spa Chiang Mai
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... ground, tentatively throwing feints and touching gloves before throwing kicks so fast you couldn't even tell where they started. The slapping sounds of feet contacting glove or even arm, knees contacting abdomens and shins on shins made me grimace. Sweat and water sprayed the ring-floor upon impact with each kick and swing. The fighters glistened in the artificial light. Some of them spit blood. We saw a few crumple to the ground in pain after getting hit in the ...
... the Thai finish” (not what you think!). This is the part of the massage where they wrap the sheet around you like a cocoon, ask you to sit up then do some light massaging / stretching on your neck / back then do that karate chop / aggressive clap, clap, clap thing on your back which sadly indicates its over!’
The main thing that got me off the table was the anticipation of the post massage snack. What will it be this time?? Well, well my friends, it was ...
... We headed to our room and again were very impressed. It was beautiful and had a very boutique feel to it. We were a very short walk to the night market and the night bazaar. When we got there it was so cute with hanging lights and music surrounded by little bars and restaurants, we wandered around and were shocked how quiet it was and how one while section was virtually empty, we later found out there was quite a big weekend market and ...
... the trees. When they did miss the trees a huge cheer would go up and when they didn't - then a big ohhhh! would sound out. It was really funny.
At the end of this second evening we went back to our hotel and up onto the roof. The view of the night sky from there was amazing.
At first you think the sky is full of stars and then you realise they are all moving and it is lanterns you can see. It was incredible.
We tried to estimate how many had gone ...
... pasta with a rice filling (30baht). For about 2.30 euro I was stuffed and struggling to walk. The market has so much beautiful stuff, the girls bought loads but I can't fit anymore into that bag! So many blind people playing musical instruments together too. The one thing I loved is there's no hard sale and no one hassling you. If you stop they tell you the price but in a kind way if that makes sense? Anyway I've always loved Thai people since I was sick so dunno why ...