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We arrived at Chiang Mai train station early afternoon after a pretty scenic ride through the jungle for most of the morning. We were approached by a guy working for a hostel who took us for free into town where the hostel was. The hostel was really nice with a big, clean swimming pool and nice rooms. We walked around the city and got some lunch before heading back for a nap. In the evening we went to a night market where I bought a load of different spices to take home, ...
... being back in Brecon. Once we'd been to the highest point we headed down the mountain to some pagodas which were dedicated to the King and Queen. Unfortunately as we were at 2000m, we were still stuck in the mist so couldn't see very much. Heading further down the weather improved and the sun was blazing as we reached our first waterfall. Lunch was at a restaurant near the first waterfall. It consisted of Tom ...
... a nice difference but the lesser weight won't last long since we've been out shopping for some new clothes! Although I'm working hard to keep it as low as possible. We've got a week in this nice hotel anyway with good wifi in the room, en-suite toilet (a massive luxury), TV (all in Thai), and a pool! No kitchen means we don't have to cook so eating out all week! But no Thai food, that's for sure. We feel like those typical tourists, when we got back to ...
... was all impressive but it was horrible to see the instructors being so firm with them! We then went on to the Orchid farm and for some well earnt Thai Chou! I dabbled with the chicken massaman curry which has been the nicest thing I have eaten so far (apart from Lays salted original crisps of course) There are some pictures and more to come too once I find somewhere to plug my camera in :) Stay tuned...Kobhkunca "Thank ...
I haven't updated the blog in a long while as I've been too busy (or too drunk to be *****).
Here is a whistle stop tour of the things I've been up to in the last month or so:-
Hired a motorbike (115cc automatic scooter) for 200 baht per day for 4 days and rode 100 miles with Bee to Pai for the weekend and a festival (Pai is a small town in the far north of Thailand) with Bee (Bee took her 250cc motorcross bike - on which she can just about reach ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet