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... if it was still running. It was. Although it was a different instructor it was still the same owner who we had last time and the day was run the same as before. It started with getting picked up, choosing the meals you wanted to cook, a visit at the local market to buy the food and then settling in at the instructors house for the days lesson. The day was as fun as last time, we were all given our own little cooking station with a gas hob, a few pans and some ...
This title is a bit misleading because since arriving in Chiang Mai, a small city in the north of Thailand, I have simultaneously done the most touristy things possible and integrated myself into the culture more than I could have ever imagined.
Before I tell you about this absurdly amazing place, I'd like to tell you about the rest of Bangkok. At around 5am, wide awake from jetlag, I took a cab to Lebua, a fancy hotel with a restaurant on top that has incredible views of ...
... even say that having been in Thailand for just under an hour, seeing a "lady-boy" was checked off the list.
The room is very big, with a massive king size bed, and two single beds on the other side of the room. It has its own balcony and an en-suite and when stepping out of the room, you can look out at the outside pool and see part of the street.
In terms of eating dinner, it was decided to go for a walk ...
... pipes of "happy sap" for people that were keen to pay 50Baht per pipe to feel a bit lighter. But you need between 5-10 pipes to feel anything at all.
I passed on that one. I went to bed early.
The second day was better, we walked in the shady forest that wasn't really the jungle. It seemed to be pretty authentic most of the time, but one of our guides ended up being at the destination before us every time, so I believe the road was ...
We visited Siam cookery school this morning, to have a half day class learning some Thai dishes. We were in a group of around 12 others from Canada and Australia. Matt learnt to cook hot and spicy and I did hot and creamy soup. We then did a noodle dish each; pad Thai (M) and drunken noodles (J). Then Matt cooked ...