Lanna Boutique Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... as I wanted). That day didn't already start well :(
Since we failed at the Consulate of China we decided to change our plans and try to proceed at least with our Vietnamese visa. Unluckily we didnīt realize that there was no Consulate of Vietnam in Chiang Mai. Damn! We ended up hiring services of an agency that had to send our passports to Bangkok. The service itself wasnīt actually so expensive (around BHT 200 per person) but we didnīt expect that the visa fee would be ...
... Lots of the monks at the temple also seemed to be there as tourists, some taking pictures on their iPhones! After spending a couple of hours at Doi Suthep we went back down to chiang mai and spent the afternoon visiting more temples, one of which is the oldest in Thailand dating back to the 12th century housing 2 ancient Buddhas, one dating back to the 900's. Although, these were difficult to see or take pictures ...
Took the overnight train to Chiang Mai which is in the northern part of Thailand. It is a city of one million people but feels far less hectic than bangkok. With a lot less people constantly wanting to scam you. We just chilled out and explored our ...
... at our hotel, we dropped off our things and ran for lunch, our stomachs growling in anticipation of a nice meal. We ate at a lovely little outside restaraunt called Darret Cafe, getting pad thai and of course sticky mango rice! Thai belly had me running before the meal was over back to the hotel.
Following my run in with travellers problems, I met Matt at one of the local massage parlours for an afternoon treat of Tok Sen. Tok Sen involves the ...
... I brought 3 big bags of the "huge" marshmallows, 3 large packages of Hershey chocolate bars and 5 boxes of graham crackers. There was nothing leftover except a few graham crackers. Both the Thai and MC students enjoyed this dessert. The majority of students had more than one S'more.
Greg and I missed out on the Pork Pan this year. Today was CMU's graduation and we were invited to join the Wanchaitanawong family in celebrating ...