A-Nine Place, Chiang Mai Boutique House
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... was refreshing to see someone who had been working in the area for 4yrs be so into what he was doing. That evening we took in a fire show. What we witnessed was mind boggling. With a limbo stick only 1' off the ground and on fire, a Thai man had made his way under seamlessly. I do have video footage of this as proof.
Krabi Town- Our first day in Krabi Town was a wash. Literally, it pored rain. Luckily we found a decent accommodation for 300bat($11)/night and just stayed in ...
... It was a done deal. Ange and I walked down the street and found a really pretty outdoor restaurant. We ordered a bottle of wine, and a few dishes and started talking about relationships. She wanted to know more about my breakup, and how I still feel about the guy, and whether I want him back or not. I'm now at a point, for the most part, that I can talk about all of it without crying. However, I still tear up and feel my heart breaking when I tell the story of the last time ...
... ancient temple and overlooking a polluted canal.
We spoke long into the night about the life they left behind at Nuts Huts in Bohol in Philippines and their hopes for their future in Thailand. Chris said that he wouldn't ever live in Europe again after more than twenty years spent in China and Philippines.
I was dragged kicking and screaming to bed by Franki who was anxious for me not to polish off the last of the rice wine with Chris who was leading the ...
... the base of Doi Chiang Dao and climbed the 501 steps to the Wat Tham Pha Plong Temple. Along the way inspirational messages are pinned to the trees and act as distraction and motivation for the climb. As we got closer we caught glimpses into the lives of the monks – their burnt orange robes hanging to dry on a line; a young visiting monk taking photos on his camera phone; a devotee bringing alms – crisps and Fanta included in ...
... all liberally
sprinkled with carbon monoxide fumes and road dust! ‘Those are some very interesting
looking food stalls on the other side of the road.’ My mouth is salivating now
having starved all day and my eyes have zoomed in and are fixed straight ahead as
I cross the soi but fail to see a nasty crater below my eye line.
‘Oh s/?>, b)(()#ks’ and a few other choice expletives
reverberate around the walls of ...
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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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