Baan Song Thai Farang
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... downed the strawberry wine cooler Danielle had surprised me with. We had a party in the sky walk that evening with our VCs. Wine whiskey was passed around, twerking contests were held and weird bitter Berries were handed out. It was an amazing night. With goodbyes inevitable, Sunday approached much too quickly. Fortunately, I was much too tired from two late nights of drinking at the tail end of a laborious work week to be fully present in the morning. ...
... village when we were there, so not the usual ones that you can see. I felt lucky to have experienced this.
After this we headed back to the village and visited a local school, (this could be the monkey highschool that boon kept referring too) the kids were all making some pretty flowers and things for the festival. We made a donation to the school so that the kids got a free lunch. Some of the kids stay here as too far to walk everyday and they go home ...
... out of town it took about 3 hours to get there with peak hour traffic, road works and then going around mountain after mountain and then finally following a dirt track. I’ve never seen hot springs before so they have been on my to do list for a while. And I didn’t want touristy ones, so I had skipped all the ones near town. Here, the hot water sprays into the air (geysers) up to two metres at times but today they only regularly blowing up to about half a metre. ...
After around 33 hours of travel by taxi, boat, bus, sleeper train, day train and taxi again I made it to DeeJai backpackers hostel in Chiang Mai. The first day I met some English people at the hostel bar/restaurant & joined them on a trip to Tiger Kingdom. It was really cool, we got to stroke and cuddle the tigers and take lots of photos. That evening we went to a really nice restaurant called Mamory Delicious (which I ...
... entire city was walkable, relaxed, and not a half-bad place to spend Christmas. I think I will always remember those three days, not for the horrible pain and blood, but for the amazing feelings of gratefulness, generosity, and benevolence that seemed to radiate from everyone and everything.
We then spent a solid day navigating a labyrinth of mini-vans, tourist traps, and hop-on/hop-off busses, eventually traversing 405 miles in about 14 hours (an actually ...