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After a relaxing morning by the pool, steering clear of the chicken porridge for breakfast and sticking to banana waffles, we embarked on a walking tour of the old city of Chiang mai. Our hotel is just inside the edge of the old city, which is a square mile, marked by canals and city walls and gates. First stop was the chiang mai women's prison, which offers a rehabilitation programme for inmates, teaching them ...
... like a lot of money
but then he turned it into dollars.
This was his answer:
In American dollars, after I rounded to 34, it turned out to be
$8.82 a day, $44.11 in a week, $176.47 in a month and then $2117.64 in a
His thoughtful question to me was....
How expensive are the things in Thailand because if that's how much
they are getting paid, then things must cost very little there, right?
... to build the tiger population as they would be killed in the wild. I may be completely wrong but I wasn't convinced and found it quite sad. We had our first night out for a while as Steve wanted to watch football. We headed to a square full of bars, lady boys, prostitutes and very old men with attractive Thai ladies (hmmmm) which was great. It's such a fascinating place and really friendly. We had loads of cocktails and met some people from Melbourne who ...
... came back this year.
Many of these faces, we didn't just get pictures of for wherever we traveled, whether in cities, countrysides, or villages, we made the attempts to really get to know the people and cultures we were seeing. We began to realize how easy it was to connect on just a one human to another level. Most of the time it was not through language obviously, which can so often get in the way anyway, even between ...
... cheaper) price of our trip. After an hours drive into the forests near Chiangmai we arrived. The very funny guide harnessed and helmeted us up and then we set off. The Zip lining was so so fun and the views of the jungle stunning. The banter of the relaxed guides along with the the funny Chinese couple in our group of four made for a great atmosphere. After doing it quickly since our group was so small ...