Orchid Hibiscus Guest House
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... as others. There are lots of ponds and places to sit and chill, which we did a lot. Whilst walking in one Will said watch out for the snake, I thought he was joking until it came right past my foot, luckily it didn't bite me. We stayed there to watch the sunset behind the biggest and most impressive temple complex. It was an impressive sunset and a good job too because it meant that we missed the last bus back (30 baht) and had to take a tuk tuk (200 baht). It was worth it ...
... learn to let go :-)
Finally, we engaged in another tradition predominately practiced in the North. We released khom loi, floating lanterns, into the air. This tradition takes root from a northern province festival called Yi Peng. The best place to witness this festival is in Chiang Mai...perhaps on my next trip to Thailand. Since this is not normally part of their tradition, my relatives were having ...
... carvings that, although weathered, were nonetheless impressive. While strolling around I managed to trip over a wire and pull down a number of oil lanterns that had been carefully placed around the ruins. Not sure what these were for I hastily replaced them in what I thought was the correct position, and hoped that I hadn't caused too much damage. In the central zone there were also two markets; the first selling food, clothes and everything in between. The whole market ...
... flat and slippery pork noodles intermingled with a succulent chilli kick and some brothy sauce.
A gorgeously dressed down form of chicken stew rounded off the feast, which was essentially a chicken stew underwritten by soft soggy boiled rice. It was delicious!
Oh, and Stefan's jungle curry didn't look too bad either- he's described it as the "best dish that I've had in Thailand so far." A bold statement for a man who claimes to be able to eat ...