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... but some of them were pretty nice.
From the orchid and butterfly farm we were headed to a local market where our guide bought some supplies (mainly food for dinner and breakfast). The agency calls it “local jungle market” to make it sound better but it wasnīt anything alike. Itīs just a small village market, nothing special.
Before we started trekking to the elephant camp we had lunch (noodles with chicken, egg and vegetable). The portion wasnīt ...
... skilled and evenly matched, with them both able to catch the other person's leg mid kick to prevent contact! The Thai boxer won. Finally, it was an Irish vs Finish fight. The Finish guy was called Nikko and he was incredible. He could jump so high and the Irish guy didn't stand a chance. By mid way through round two Steve (the Irish guy) gave up and Nikko was declared the winner. Impressed, we left for the hotel to make it home in time for the midnight curfew and some much needed ...
We arrived in Chiang Mai on an early bus from Chiang Rai taking just over 3 hours. It was a windy road but we managed to sleep most of the way. Unfortunately the girl behind us was sick from it.
Getting off at the bus station we headed for a minivan. The bus station is a fair distance from the walled centre of Chiang Mai so we spent another 15 mins on the road. But at 20 Baht per person, 40p, it wasn't a problem.
We had already found a place online ...
... take the train going north from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Chiang Mia in Northern Thailand however in the later planning we decided to leave this trip until next year and at a time when the weather would be milder. The website www.themaninseat61.com covers this train journey very well along with other railway journeys all over Asia.
We used the Lonely Planet book to research Thailand and since we made a decision not to visit any of ...
... of the things I find hard adjusting to it watching people spitting, couching up all manner of filth and gobbing it out onto the tracks etc, old woman and men, whoever? Not quite sure what the necessity is for this? though it seems to be quite normal to aim a nostril and projectile its contents for anyone to see... Then all of a sudden my two dodgy little friends that befriended the previous evening on the train to Phitsanulok appeared. Ah geeze ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed