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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... descend here, but there seems to be a level of understanding between tourists and locals, each respecting the other for their role in this beautiful part of the world, inevitably aiding Chiang Mai to maintain its charm. First impressions were that we had timed our trip perfectly to experience this beautiful lush place before the hoards of backpackers infiltrated for the dry season during November.
With limited time to experience the sights of Chiang Mai, we knew we ...
... It was incredible, exhilarating and down right terrifying at the same time. The scenery I witnessed between torrents were spectacular, as were the unbarricaded cliffs and ravines that beckoned at every loss of traction on the moto. I arrived in MC pretty saturated, physically and mentally exhausted and keen to sit down with a hot coffee and debrief myself as to what the **** I was thinking taking on the MHS loop. I found hot coffee, discussed it with myself and ...
... ridiculous as it all seemed new- someone must have chosen the beds to be like that!
I've been to Bangkok before, in 2007 as I was heading to New Zealand I stopped off for a couple of days and visited some of the major sights and stayed in a ropey hostel somewhere near where we were now. However, the two absolutely unmissable sights I saw I was happy to see again with Hannah: Wat Pho and the Grand Palace complex.
We didn't have a particularly set agenda on our first ...
... again. This is when our suspicions started to rise that we would be staying at the place we went to yesterday, we had paid to do the same thing twice! We stopped again on the way at a market before being dropped off suspiciously close to the elephant sanctuary we were at yesterday. We met up with another bus load of people and this was where the walking began. At first it was very leisurely through a village and up a hill where ...
... like we had been seeing people do while we ate lunch, but to our surprise when they brought the ephemera over they had no saddle or seat like the ones we had seen people on. They took us over to an elevated platform and had the elephants walk right up to the side for us to get on. They were surprisingly comfortable to sit on at first, we were told to sit right up with our knees under the ears, so we were sitting right on ...