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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... say the world usually stops when she finds one, but i have taken a picture of each one she pets i think she will need her own pet book when we return.
Soo in Thailand we have two buddies and my one buddy never shows up to any of the activities not even to go elephant riding or to the market yesterday. and in order to be a buddy you have to interview for it and go through a whole process and i find it crazy to think she went through all that and then does ...
... all problems can be totally eliminated by following the “eightfold path”.
1. right view
2. right aspiration
3. right speech
4. right action
5. right livelihood
6. right effort
7. right mindfulness
8. right concentration
The ultimate goal of Buddhism is to attain a sublime state of Nirvana, by practicing the Noble Eightfold Path (also known as ...
... on wine, and sleeping on a cloud to local bumpy busses, street food and cookies, and a wooden seat on a boat for two days certainly should feel like ripping off a bandaid quickly alright! Stay tuned for all the fun adventures that come next in Laos. Thank you again Linton for being my #foodporn partner in crime for the past 2 weeks and putting up with my desire to climb every stair and hill to reach temples, canyons, and get off the beaten path. Hope you enjoyed the ride as much as I ...
... 3 hours. We had booked to stay in the pimann inn, a really nice hotel with a gym, swimming pool and room service (for £5 a night). The next day we went down for our inclusive breakfast, which was fried noodles and curry dishes (I was hoping for some fruit and cereal) apparently curry is acceptable at any time of the day. Then we hopped on a tuk tuk to the white temple which was awesome! It was made out of ...
... 30 minutes you get your passport back, whilst handing over $35 for a 30-day Lao visa. Not so painful...! WELL HELLO THERE LAOS... 'SABAIDI' TO YA. Bernard and I seemed to share a similar feeling of scepticism upon passing through the border control, as we were greeted by two locals (not in uniform) calling us over to buy our slow boat tickets. Errrr, I'm pretty sure you just buy them further on via tuk-tuk at the pier... Bernard had also heard the same. So we ...