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... had passed through and was well above the clouds surrounding the mountain. I came to the entrance of the site and as I rolled to a stop my mo-ped it just cut out without warning. Knowing the air was really thin I prayed it was down to that and not the challenging journey I had put my mo-ped through. I started her back up again and with plenty of throttle it started. I was now running on about 25% of the bikes actually power due to the air not being sufficient enough. I saw something ...
... Matt and I were split up from the
rest of the group, as it is low season for rain, lighter boats mean faster
journeys. All along the river were Thai people bathing, and enjoying the cool
refreshing water in comparison to the 100-degree heat! Thai people swim in all
their clothes, being a very modest culture, which also frowns on all forms of
PDA. Along the river we saw what the alternative elephant riding activities
offered, with the elephants ...
... of freedom.
Monk chat and meditation - embracing the concept again but only to be disappointed. Ready to accept that meditation is not for me and is at best boring and at worst a complete waste of precious time that life offers. However when I go to Nepal I will consider a short retreat as I am told this is the only way to start for a beginner and ...
... heck yes I
got one. We were paired up with a partner and practiced how to do Thai massages, while the other person got one. The word “massage” might be an understatement; this was some serious deep tissue grinding we had going on and with Sarah Curtis as my partner, we were cracking up the entire time. Another part of the spa was lying on tables covered with banana leaves with hot coals underneath. Yes, this was a legit Thai ...
... Fanta were good, costing a mere $1.50 Aus. in total!
The rest of our time in Chiang Dao was spent making the best use of The Nest 2's many chill zones, with one notable exception. . .
The Chiang Dao Caves and surrounds.
Well signposted and about five kilometres from the main road, Wat Tum Chiang Dao (Cave) provides a welcome 'distraction' from ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercury Court Chiang Mai
Other places to stay in Chiang Mai
48 Soi 3, Tha Pae Road, Chang Klan, Chiang Mai | Condofrom $53
Santa Maria Novella, Chiang Mai | Condofrom $55
37-39 Nuntharam Rd, Chiang Mai | Condofrom $18
11/1 Prapokklao Soi 13, Chiang Mai | Condofrom $96
Santa Maria Novella, Chiang Mai | Condofrom $19