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... of shops selling cute quirky items and clothing.
Once out of the village itself there are plenty of things to see and do. The drive around in itself is pretty spectacular with all the fields growing rice, soya bean and corn. There are 4 waterfalls and a hot springs. That was sooo good and relaxing. And the sign for 'do not boil eggs' made us chuckle. Only in Asia.
We also went to see the temple on the hill which has a ...
... and could see for miles. We chose the long route home where we proceed to sing the whole way home to a medley of Justin timberlake and Craig David. We were skeptical and nervous about our return to Chiang Mai after our experience on the way out. Fortunately it was fine and we were safely dropped at the station in plenty of time for our 17:00 night train to Bangkok. Moving on once more, South of Thailand here we come!! Bangkok: The city of many, many Soi's (side roads), Bangkok is ...
... places we've been to so far, which is perhaps why we felt more at home here. We arrived at Pai early evening and got a taxi up to Thoms elephant sanctuary where we were staying. We met Thom, the owner, who checked us in and then she got someone to show us to our bungalow. Out in the middle of nowhere there wasn't much to do that evening... So we ate...a large pad Thai between us and then we decided an early night was needed after a long day on the road. The next morning we were up ...
... still pretty good. We spent our mornings there enjoying tea and toast in hammocks and watching the sun crown over those misty mountains, man we’re fortunate!
Again, going against the grain of seemingly EVERYONE else we hired push bikes not scooters and saw our way around that way. We signed up to a three day yoga retreat with a lady called Mam who I can only describe as a Nancy Mount character. Confident, self assured and talented.
There were pictures ...
... The formations were really nice and even included coffins carved by locals thousands of years ago. Around sunset bats exit the save and birds enter to rest. We watched the beginning of this but hunger won out and we headed back to the cave lodge. The real adventure caving would have to wait.
After a night of beers and rum at the cave lodge I woke up a little sluggish for our "Adventure Caving" ...