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TravelPod Member ReviewsMicasa Guesthouse Chiang Mai
Good location nice clean rooms and friendly staff. Most rooms share the bathroom but they are kept very clean
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Two weeks into the journey to the day. The plan was to call some of this blog Traveling While Black. The purpose was to encourage more independent travel by African Americans and let folks know what they might expect traveling to countries that may have little contact with people of African descent. On reflection, I realized that my Traveling While …
... Nikki for the Pakinyaw translation).
And with that, it’s time to farewell Huay Pakoot!
My last weekend in Chiang Mai involves a visit to the World’s First Elephant Hospital. This is a hospital based just outside of Chiang Mai where anyone in Thailand and neighbouring countries can bring their elephant for any care or treatment that it may need. The hospital is 100% donation based and is a ‘no questions’ asked ...
... very well taken care of.
We went to a different night market for dinner that had way more locals than foreigners and smelled much more...interesting. We had some fried sweet potatoes, more Chiang Mai sausage, and some questionably good fried rice. Questionable because we weren't sure what exactly was in the rice but good because it tasted good! We went to bed early in preparation for our next early morning.
We were being fetched at 9.30am for fruit carving, so went in search of breakfast early. We found a French cafe 200m down the road and ordered baguettes. I still wasn't feeling right, but not horrendous either - we ate our breakfast (and I drank my coffee) in the reception area of the guest house and were collected 10 minutes early.
He didn't come in a vehicle, but rather on foot and weaved us through back streets until we popped up on a main road and walked into ...
... yoga, and doing some really inspiring meditation and exercises. Ulyana introduced us to dance therapy (she runs dance therapy workshops in Beijing). She played a beautiful folky song called "Silent Sky" by a Mongolian artist. She had us close our eyes and gently move our hands, then our elbows, then our shoulders... until we were moving fluidly and dancing. It was so beautiful..! It made me feel so free. It made me realize I could really use more beauty ...