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- Continental Breakfast
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... After meeting a few local workers we headed up to a Karen family's wooden hut home that had a view of the whole valley, which is where we could relax and take a shower (that consisted of just a pipe and a valve to switch the water on and off). The water was luke warm and I'm assuming it was heated by the sun, but dared not to ask where the source was for fear of the answer I may receive.
Dinner was served and a feast put in front of us that we struggled to finish ...
... a candle in the center, light it, and let the river carry it away. The act represents letting go of bad things or negative thoughts from the year. Similarly, people write their negative thoughts on a paper lantern before lighting it and letting the lantern float up into the sky. We bought a handmade banana leaf float to put in the river, and we enjoyed participating in the holiday as we walked around watching the lanterns and the fireworks in ...
... s a dispenser station right at the entry to her neighborhood where you can pay 1 baht / liter which is really cheap. She had a ton of big bottles that we filled up for a while and it reminded me a little of living in North Carolina during Hurricane Fran when we didn't have water for seven days and had to cart it back from the stream.
Got back to the house and had dinner - little bowls of pre-made lasagna with French baguette and ...
... Me, Tom and Will pulled over to let everyone catch up. Half hour went by before we realised we turned off to soon, so us 3 trooped on knowing the other guys had carried on. The road up was so much fun, the guys kept letting me go for it for a couple of minutes before slowing and letting them catch up. The temple itself was amazing, the lovely weather really helped the situation too. We then headed up to the ...
... the words of Nike 'just do it' . We settled on the company Skyline Adventures 60km outside Chiang Mai, which were supposed to have the highest and longest course. Activities promised included; 28 zip lines including 200m, 400m, 450m and 900m, 4 abseils(or long drops) with the highest being 50m, 4 sky bridges 100m from the ground, 3 rope bridges and 3 spiral staircases one of which goes straight through a hollowed out tree. I have to say, boy did they deliver. Again our ...