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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... so we sat for a bit in one of the food court areas. We had a look around after a bit and it was ok, but very small. We then found another food area with heaps of the same meal on offer: the hotpot. We had to have one then and it was great! Each stall had a display of plastic baskets full of cabbage, lettuce, herbs, glass noodles, an egg and some had carrots and mushrooms. A basket was brought to your table along with the meat or seafood of your choice, some ...
pictures so I will be sure to show everyone upon my return which is in 8
days!!! I cannot wait. I must say I had a much better day today.
We made tea pillows which is so cool that we got to do that
with the villagers. They supplied everything and also helped us. I thought I
had enough leaves in my real cotton bag and little did I know a lot more could
be stuffed inside, next step was to sew it and put into a pretty pillow case
which was purple =), ...
... showed that restoration is possible. They emphasized during the tour the importance of the ripple effect and the change that is eventually possible. On the wall as you left said "What does this drop of water reflect in your own heart?" Such a powerful question requires a lot reflection.
We continued the Doi Tung tour at the Doi Tung Royal Villa and Mae Fah Luang Garden. Both were breathtaking and a great learning experience. ...
... milking the view and scraping our plates clean we loaded into the car for our journey back home. This gem of a place has been added to the list for a return visit!
In the spirit of “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”, we originally planned to dine at Chivit Thamma Da for dinner; however, a change in plans was necessary since arrival would be 7:30PM and they close at 8PM. We decided to return to our hotel room, crack into the bottle of wine we purchased ...
... I was then pointed to a stall selling Dim Sum, half open dumplings filled with pork. Well - why not. Packed in a little plactic bag, covered in sauce, onions and chilli, I went off and tried them on my way back to the guesthouse. After the first one I already regretted that I only bought the small potion.
After a wee break and in need of a shower, it was time to head to the night market, which is next to the bus station, and 2 minutes away from ...