Guesthouse Liam's Suan Dok Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were forced to book the largest room which they call the mini suite.....life is hard :)))) first order of business- visa extension. We want to stay in Thailand for 2 months but the visa stamp we got at the border allows for only a 30 day stay. Armed with visa extension documents, the required photocopies from our passports, and 1,900 baht we headed to Chiang Mai's immigration office. We got there early, an ...
... stock up the library store with toiletries for the new students as well as for myself. I felt dizzy and bad! I met with Jeenal who went over the students' arrival process and orientation tours-- all of which I will be taking care of! :D I'm excited to be the first person they will meet at the ashram, and want to embody positivity and enthusiasm! I drew a simple map of the village with useful landmarks, went over the list of students, counted whether all the ...
... a plug in repellent and go off for a walkabout. Around the middle of the city is some sort of moat and the south east corner near to where we are staying is a part of the castle walls. They rebuilt it, but ruins going back to 1263.. It got rebuilt in 1800s. Its pretty cool! We walk up to the south west side of the moat and find an amazing little park! There's people practicing yoga, rope walking and ...
... us, and how often it does it etc etc, but I was pleased to see the elepahnts appeared in good health and with no injuries or major signs of stress. However the ride itself is also not very comfortable! You climb on to this little bench and hold on for dear life, our elephant had a mind of it own an didnt want to walk on the path but on the verge next to it hanging over a cliff! I felt very torn about the whole thing, its not that pleasant (mostly terrifying) and ...
... all sang it for us which started this chain reaction of sharing all different songs that we learned over the years and the dances or motions to them. We were all really enjoying it. After that we went to the umbrella factor which was really cool to see. It shows you step by step the process of making these umbrellas from the paper making to wood that makes up the spindles and so on. It was pretty amazing how something like that could be ...