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... 110 cc engine up the smooth mountain roads. We continued past the temple and were eventually on roads with very little traffic and narrow enough two cars couldn't pass each other. One of our better finds on that trip was a monk village we stumbled upon that had amazing views. Dinner was on the Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Street. A huge selection of tasty food from small stands was for sale on the side of the street. With the ...
... he will be in trouble when he gets home I imagine). What a great day!
I’ve gotten on a motorbike again, and it feels so easy being on an auto and on paved roads again. I actually almost got hit by a car the other day. A car pulled out onto the road I was travelling along in the city peak hour and was starting and stopping and I was going slow enough to avoid him when he pulled out in front of me (and the bus behind me thankful was alert too and ...
So the main reason why I made the trip up to Chiang Mai is I wanted to learn how to meditate. I have been wanting to learn this for a while now but I have been putting other things in front of learning these techniques. So I found a place in Chiang Mai at one of the temples where they teach mediation. On arrival they describe the basics of walking and sitting mediation. There are two other people that are also starting the same day as me as well. We are each shown to ...
... movies in English. Iron Man 2, which we really like, was just about to start. We watched the movie in the comfort of our air con room and talked about what we wanted to do over the next few days.
The first day we just explored the city with no set plan. We participated in the last day of the new year celebration, but from afar. It was still fun to get squirted or doused by the kids, but the ...
... tigers to see. The packages are setup so that if you want to see the smallest you pay the price. We chose to see the small tiger and large tiger. This cost 800 bath each which is about $25 dollars.
The first enclosure we were entering was the "small" tigers. We were both pretty nervous because the enclosure is huge and so are the tigers. Even these guys could do a ton of ...
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