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... up a little earlier this morning as I was being picked up by June and her friend to go to the special temple ceremony outside of town. After breakfast I went back to my guesthouse and waited for them to arrive which didn't take long. After we were in the car we drove well outside the city to an area I was completely lost in - very local with no foreigners around at all. When we pulled up at the temple there was a lot of people around, music playing and people ...
... love it. Leaving the markets with bags of pants, belts, shoes and military grade laser pointers we said our farewells and headed back to bed. Day 4 After the obligatory sleep in and a breakfast buffet of noodle soup and dim sims mol and I decided that we should go to the supermarket to find some lunch. The supermarket is a tourist destination in itself as there are so many differences in what is on the shelves. Notable highlights include half an isle ...
... trekking specific market to pick up last minute supplies - a torch for us! We pulled up on a track off the main road and met out guide for the duration, Dodo. Dodo grew up on the village we'd be staying at that night in the jungle and knew his way around pretty well. Initially starting out on a well trodden path it appeared to be simple before we were walking through rice paddies, in the banks of streams and through the undergrowth of the trees; luckily Dodo had his machete with ...
... One of the Israeli travel agents in mini-Israel, also known as Thailand. Somehow it feels better to give our money to him than to someone else. The afternoon is spent exploring the old city of Chiang Mai with its many temples. Kr and D get a kitsch overload from all the gold and hungarianness while Ka has an intense moment (i.e. staring contest) with a Buddhist monk. That is, a statue. What's a visit to Thailand without a visit to a ...
... heavy traffic. Most
stores open about 10:00AM and close at 9:00PM. I also learned that a
time constraint is imposed on the purchase of beer and alcohol. Only
during the hours of 11:00AM to 2:00PM and after 5:00PM customers may
purchase beer and alcohol.
The website for the jewelry store is included and recommended for anyone who travels to Chiang Mai.