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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... the same thing.
Sterling silver is the most
common form of silver used in jewelry,
so the 925 mark should become familiar to anyone searching for
high-quality silver jewelry.
We were given an hour for lunch and
enjoyed a wonderful place just a short walk from the store. We had to
move the truck from the street because rush hour starts about 3:00PM and
all vehicles must be removed to allow ...
... cut alone, happy to be in an area that was safe enough for the two of us to wander around, while Boon went to visit his family. Next we were going to bamboo raft to the next village where we were sleeping for the night. We imagined lying down on a raft and relaxing in the sun for a few hours as we floated down the river. But when Boon had finished constructing our raft, we realised that was not the case. Lucy and I spent the next two hours standing on ...
After a cramped flight from Phuket where the tiny Thai girl in front of me insisted on putting her seat right back straight after take off, we landed in the far north of Thailand. I unfolded myself, and apologized sweetly to her for keeping my knees in her back for the entire flight and then readjusting myself every five seconds. Air Asia planes are not designed for people over 5" tall. We located a taxi and the lovely Mrs Tom piled us into her large 4X4 and whisked ...
... cave I have ever seen. Its roof is made all the more majestic by large holes which let in beams of sunshine and enough water to not only illuminate the vast interior, but to facilitate the growth of spectacular jungle oases directly beneath the openings. And, this is all offset graciously by a perfectly positioned temple in honor of King Rama V – in the cave! The second cave, Kaeo (Jewel Cave), was also immense. But, rather than its girth being contained to one ...
... after arriving home from my first Rotary trip I repacked what I could salvage from the wrinkled mess of clothes and headed to the airport.
I met up with our Canadian family friends Leah, Troy, Jordan and Daryl Schalm in Bangkok (a flight which I proudly found and booked myself at a whopping 23$ CND) and made our way to Krabi, a sea side town. 3 days of tepid salt water and crushed shells stretched over Ao Nang beach, and at the far end ...