A-Nine Place, Chiang Mai Boutique House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA-Nine Place, Chiang Mai Boutique House
Chiang Mai was great, friendly and easy access to the hinterland. Great food everywhere and many many temples
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I have managed to motivate some of the other volunteers with my morning routine and Rachael agreed to workout with me this morning. Man she is fast...I struggled to keep up with her for the run but soon came into my own for the exercises. We worked legs this morning, commandeering a few cement benches at the turnabout up the road. The ...
... The scooters stick to the left as they're not as fast as the cars. About 20 minutes into the journey our day got very interesting. On this day we got pulled over by the "police". Or that's who they say they were. A road block was set up in the slow lane, with cones sectioning off the road. They were pulling over all the foreigners. There must have been 5 men in police uniforms and 6 other scooters pulled over on the side of the road. The cop asked me for my drivers ...
... the idea that I could bond with them gave me the motivation to wake up on time and get my belongings all ready to check out of the hotel. I went downstairs only to realize that it was pouring rain outside. I was disappointed because I was sure that it would in some shape or form affect my experience with the elephants. However, the representatives from the elephant encounters location were ready to take us up into the jungle. After my quick fake-American breakfast ...
... needs to watch his alcohol consumption, so we were left with really...nothing. Pollution and Trash
- So the first thing you may notice is how absolutely filthy Bangkok is. I mean filthy. I do not find trash, sewage, and the vague smell of rotting dead animals to be appealing. I do not find the smog or the exhaust fumes to be charming. I just don't like it, after one week here, I feel my asthma acting up. It's literally hard to breath, it's ...
... Thailand have been abused over the centuries, put to work in the logging industry and more recently exploited for tourism. They are trained by mahouts who use sharp hooks to hit them if they don't obey commands. From what we hear, places like the Elephant Nature Park are becoming more popular with Westerners who do not want to support elephant abuse. The park allows the elephants to roam the large property and do as they wish. There are no elephant rides or other ...