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... there were hundreds of stalls and yummy things to choose from. I had; honey chicken, vegetable spring rolls mixed berry fruit shake and a banana roll with chocolate and milk sauce yum! It was delicious and so cheap! It was great to catch up with Chris. You really do meet some lovely people whilst travelling. Good Food options in Chiang Mai were endless. We ate a Subway sandwich, sausage and sauerkraut in a German bar proper chips with vinegar in an English pub and a ...
... unscathed. His village of about 60 people all work together and share in their crop production, which is mainly rice. We continued on past the village, down the mountain, to reach the Mae Wang river. Waiting for us at the river was a bamboo raft. Six large pieces of bamboo were connected together to create a quite stable surface. Thankfully, a car was present to grab or belongings, mainly my camera before we were to ...
... The National Council for Peace and Order is still banning most television stations, the Victory Monument is completely closed off, and they have blocked off some sky-trains because they are in protest grounds. Thank god I am not in Bangkok! Everything up here in Chiang Mai is fine!
Things I have noticed:
Thai restaurants do not serve appetizers
Thai Coke is not fizzy
Thais always overestimate how long things will take. A half hour really means ten ...
Okay, rather pretty big change of plan. As I mentionned in the last post, I am moving through my plan much faster than I thought. I was now trying to squeeze my first leg of the trip (North Thai, Laos, Vietnam & Cambodia) into a month (instead of the original two) in order to still be able to attend my silent retreat and a full moon party. I was talking about my plans with Ben, a guy in my hostel, and he made me realize that I could go to my retreat and the full ...
... and aromatic and
wonderfully refreshing. It reminds me of a white Terry’s chocolate orange with
its segments but is much smaller.
Then there’s ‘Rambutan’ which looks a bit like a sea
urchin. Red with soft spikes. Inside it resembles a litchi, similar in taste
but not so juicy. And of course the best Litchis I have ever tasted; to die
‘Durian’. About the size of a large melon resembles ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaan Ramida Chiang Mai
Baan Ramida Hotel in Chiang Mai is great place, good location in "Old City", $18.00 USD in busy season. Clean budget hotel, great staff
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