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... We came out feeling tip-top. After this, we came back into the old city to check into our hostel for the night. It turns out that this isn't a hostel anymore because it's being sold, but the friendly Belgians who own it were happy to let us a room for a reduced rate. Hostelbooking.com obviously needs an update! This evening, we meandered down 'Sunday Walking Street', when most of the old city is turned into an ...
We decided to do a bus tour around the northern parts of Thailand. This cost us around £50 each for both full days, 2 lunches and 1 dinner. Day one: We were picked up at around 8:15am. We were introduced to our guide whose name was Mr. Egg. We spent an hour driving to the first checkpoint for Doi Inathon national park. After a quick toilet break we were on the move again for 40minutes before we reached our first stop of ...
First stop, Chiang Mai. Felt so difference from Phuket...I suspect the rest of Thailand is more like this! Everything and everyone is much more relaxed.
Main tourists in Phuket, Russians. Main tourists in Chiang Mai, Chinese!
The food here was amazing and really cheap. Night market was one of the best markets we've been too - not the same old stuff row after row..more unique hand crafted items.
... for the next two nights. In the evening we went to the night bazaar which is beautiful - it is the local market which the locals sell the things they have made, it is all so colourful and there are lanterns everywhere it's gorgeous!! I really enjoyed seeing the creativity of what they can produce, but it's quite sad as they sell it for so little!! We then... Are you ready... Went to see a 'ladyboy' show! OH MY GOODNESS!!! I was in ...