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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... it was scary at times so sometimes they would stand up and start moving and you had to like dive to get out of the way. I moved out if the way of one, lost grip off Matty and the current got hold of me, luckily one of the lads Charlie grabbed me but I ended up grazing my hand and stubbing my toe. We got back on the elephants and headed back up the the base, I was at the front this time and it was just me and Matty so he was behind. I felt safer at the front but ...
... Less than a half hour outside of Mae Rim, the truck blew a tire. A passing motorcyclist and a watermelon salesman helped us put the spare on, and we stopped at the next tire shop to get a new full sized replacement. Then, upon reaching the Chiang Dao National Park office, we were informed the mountain was closed for camping. But, after describing our intention to keep driving so as to reach a much more rural site on the other side of the mountain, we were allowed in. ...
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... Franki went on a far more important mission to buy chips and whiskey I revisited the temple of 501 steps. In the cool of the late afternoon I climbed to the cave monastery and sat for twenty minutes in silent contemplation. There was a Buddhist text ( and I can't vouch for the exact wording) but it said something rather thought provoking. It went rather like this: As death approaches you'd better get your ...
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