Liams Suan Dok Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... convinced it's not just a ploy for teasing silly tourists... More like a punishment for us than them! However, the result after is that you feel incredibly supple and stretched, if a little bruised and bewildered!! We then continued our wandering around the old city, spying beautiful temples, artwork, stalls and Buddhist monks avoiding the rain. We stopped for dinner or sift shell crab at the black elephant ...
... our daily food bill could be rather low. AND, this sounds like a good diet! Americans have favorite brands and have become accustomed to certain foods and drinks.
It is much easier to find Western foods and follow Western traditions in the city of Chiang Mai, so these products are more accessible and obviously more expensive. Annie is a wonderful cook and every meal at home has been delicious! We have only eaten beef one time when we ...
... isolated island, although the bells did get a little annoying after a while, especially when you feel like your ears are constantly ringing! We walked over to Lo Dalum beach and proceeded to find a hostel, which proved much more difficult that imagined! We eventually found a hostel dorm, pretty dirty and covered in sand, but okay and right on the beach. After a wander around the island, we had dinner and drinks at Blanco's bar, complete with sexy jenga and beer pong! The following ...
... share with you in this blog. I wish I could also bring you along within the moments behind these images. Perhaps in a future blog, when I go into a little more detail when telling you about these trips, you will get a better sense of this. But for now, these are simply the faces within captured moments of our personal history that are slowly evolving into an understanding of this South East (SE) Asian part of the world. I hope that they ...
... The class was amazing and brilliantly organised considering there were 10 of us; it could have easily been chaos as we could all choose different meals to cook. We made 4 courses each, mine being:
- Cashew nut stir fry