Rose Guest House
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Nice clean rooms, the staff are very friendly & reasonably priced.
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Well, our second time in Chiang Mai can be described much better with pictures than words. Please enjoy: our full day cooking class with Thai Farm Cooking and full day of feeding and washing elephants at the Elephant Nature Park (the only park in Thailand rescuing elephants). Www.elephantnaturepark.org Oh! And we were lucky enough to meet up with …
Chiang Mai... So drastically different from the two quiet, calm town's that had broken up our journey from Bangkok up north. We weren't anticipating that the elephant nature park and Thai cooking farm would be booked! Honestly, phitsunalok and Sukhothai were not the most popular tourist stops, so we were not quite prepared for the sudden appearance …
... going to be a long one. We learned that he like western girls, having never been with a Thai girl before. He had an Australian girlfriend, who was 6 years older than him and he'd cheated on her many times as he liked 'the honeys.’ I wanted to punch him in the face, firstly, because he wouldn’t shut up and secondly, because he was a cheating scumbag and proud of it. In his defence, he was actually talking to Edd and therefore have a ‘man ...
... 1 minute, but these lanterns were 5 times the size and easily hit the D layer.
We watched thousands float up towards the heavens, and the superior lanterns automatically ignite fireworks as they ascend. It really was a truly incredible sight to compliment the midnight fireworks display.
... around 1hr outside of Chiang Mai but once we arrived it was a glorious backdrop. We were greeted by Jan, a Sweedish man who was the guide within the camp who spoke English and Thai. We were led down a very long set of stairs leading down into the valley were the camp was located. The view from the top was amazing, mountains in the distance, lush green everywhere and the elephants down below.
Once we reached the camp Jan described what would be happening. Firstly we ...