A-Nine Place, Chiang Mai Boutique House
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Chiang Mai was great, friendly and easy access to the hinterland. Great food everywhere and many many temples
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... paper, five minutes passed by and from the corner of my eye I could see Ixchel begin to walk up to the monk. She finished, I turned around and walked up to both of them smirking, as the monk walked up towards the paintings, he quietly checked to see if all of those were correct. He proudly turned around and said “you got them all right, I’m so proud to see that you guys memorized the names of these beloved past monks. ...
... in SE Asia when things are so streamlined and relatively inexpensive. There are many backpackers who have squatted in SE Asia, and I suppose those people would want to go more off the beaten path.
We then went to a Thai massage place where Tsalika's step mother gets massages. It was 200 baht/hour for a full body Thai massage. We were led upstairs into a room with 5-6 beds on the floor and were given very loose cotton clothes to change into. Then the massage began. It ...
... there is a small group of people really into the cheers/chants, another group that is kind of doing them and a very large group who do not participate. But every single person was participating and were all really into it which made it so much fun. We played a couple different games one was a gourd with a string around and you had to swing it with your body to get it across the court. Some other games were a 5 person 6 legged race, one where ...
... plane is delayed at least one hour. Never mind they give us 100 baht vouchers for food each and we hang around the airport reading and using the wifi. In the end the delay is more like two hours and we arrive in Chiang Mai just as the place comes to life. The taxi ride to the guesthouse is fun and we get to see the sights, the old city walls, the bars and hundreds of backpackers, middle aged couples and hippies filling the streets.
Our guest house is just outside the city ...
... via one of the old gates. It was pretty cool cycling around a town with a moat and part of the old wall intact. At the park we enjoyed an ice cream while having a little discussion about our transportation back to Bangkok to meet Graham, Brian & Mally (GBM). David highlighted the factors:
- Train £17 each (2nd class AC sleeper) vs bus £14 each
- Train journey time 14.5 hrs vs bus 9.5 hrs
- Train no wifi vs bus has ...