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... that as an American, with some money and a U.S. passport I would not be received in the same way as a Sudanese or Somali migrant seeking asylum or the means to support their families and facing a rising tide of xenophobia. I'm acutely aware of backpacker (or traveler's) privilege. When it comes to tourism, the prevailing color is the hue of the local currency. So I've revised the potential title to Traveling While Black, Red, White and ...
... traveling, and then spent about six months in Australia to earn some money to continue traveling. Break in the entry - Stairway to Heaven just started playing in the hostel lounge - its so fun to listen to it slightly buzzed, in Asia, with a young travelers all around me - and me living a little bit of the hippie lifestyle (without the drugs)! Hahah ... Anyway, the German couple were explaining the kind of work they did in Australia, and ...
... really weird and had rice and some other stuff in there. Not my kind of meal so I passed, will took a few bites and tossed it in the bin. We arranged another cab driver because the original was trying to get an extra 10 baht from us. Unfortunately though, we were packed like sardines. Good business.$2.50 pp and they pack the thing to the hub. Next on today's list is to go arrange our cooking classes for tomorrow. This was an actual wedding ...
... where the burrito I had ordered was bigger than my head (no jokes about my big head please :P ). We followed this up with a massage nearby which was slightly awkward in that we were on open beds next to each other but we just joked about it all the way through.
The following morning, we packed our new rucksacks and were picked up by an open truck. Both of us were dressed for hot conditions so travelling in an open aired truck down Thailand's equivalent of the M6 was ...
... Also, an old woman was making the most scrumptious lime-orange juice on the side of the road, and we had one each morning. However, besides touring the temples, there is not much to do in the city. Tourists are encouraged to take expensive tours to do trekking or zip-lining. Without the funds for this, we eschewed it with a firm hand. We will be coming back to Chiang Mai in 4 days to visit an Elephant Sanctuary, but for the meantime we are heading to ...
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