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... fresh and ready to start the day!! We walked around Chiangmai's old town and visited all the main temples, which were absolutely gorgeous and well worth the visit no matter how many temples I may have seen in the last four months! in the afternoon we headed to the Sunday market, which literally sells everything from clothes to food. We spent hours walking around all the stores and eventually lost each ...
My guesthouse, Yawning Fields, was run by a really sweet family. A Californian husband and his Thai wife. Not to forget their kid, who was a really sweet child. The wife, Ming, was very playful and always trying to encourage people to try Thai culture. Jake, the husband, was a very chilled guy who made you feel very welcome. The strange thing is there was another Chris from Croydon staying there as ...
... mountain curves. Racing through the mountains in our mini bus, including driving on both sides of the two lane road makes it seem like a miracle that I did not get sick. After finding a place to stay, we were off to explore the town on foot. Only taking twenty minutes to cross town with hardly any cars of motorcycles in sight, we could not imagine going back to the hustle and bustle of ...
... we have no intention of complying. He will have to wait another ten days or else put the motorbike detective agency on the case. The trouble is that Boy with whom we struck the deal has taken a hefty deposit so basically they have us by the short and curlies. I do hope that this isn't a scam. Boy gave us a telephone number to call but when we called nobody could solve the mystery.
I have turned for advice to my "Karma for today's traveller"
"Be free from ill ...
... or $2.30). We went to this restaurant 4 times over the course of 4 days because it was that amazing and the service was outstanding.
We spent the rest of our day on Sunday at Pai Canyon, which is basically a giant playground for hikers. Climbing around the canyon was a true test of strength for me, as I had to climb up and down in order to follow the path. At one point, a Thai family stopped to cheer us on as we climbed several feet up ...