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... while they throw you around. No weird overly friendly stuff that you hear stories about. The price was like under 10 bucks for 2 hours of massage. When we were done we went to eat but everything was closed by the time we were done with the massages. So we walked a ways to a place that had stuff we couldn't recognize and no English and not enough pictures. Which made us walk back and have burgers in a bar called Game Bar near the house. Once we ate we called it a ...
... was very much indeed.
We didn't stay out too late as we had a special day out planned- meeting and caring for elephants deep out in the Thai jungle a couple of hours outside Chiang Mai. We'd researched very carefully which company to opt for to do this as there are so many on offer and we were very aware some aren't very nice to the elephants. We did not want to be involved with these guys. We chose well with Elephant Discovery.
After an intense off road drive we ...
... of the livelier hotspots. As a consequence today has been a quiet day of sorting out my next moves. We did finally manage to drag ourselves out for dinner, a visit to the most ancient wat and a trip to the night market. We'll be back here in a few days with the message 'must try harder' where Chiang Mai's ...
... of the menu and told the waitress that we would
order our own choices and was that O.K..? She nodded, which, we later
found out meant, 'I do not understand a word and what are you talking
about..?' and smiled.
'O.K.,' I said, 'I want 2 eggs, sunny side up, 2 slices bacon, 2
sausage patties, one whole-wheat pancake and English Breakfast tea
She looked at me uncertainly and turned the menu back to the ...
Our last day in Chiang Mai. We really loved this place. It was full of night and day markets and fresh fruit and flower markets and a lovely river and interesting temples and things to do.
We met an American guy at breakfast who has set up a house in Chiang Rai for tribal hill children so they can continue their secondary and university studies.
There is a Fench ...