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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... the KMT museum. I was not too interested in this because I am not a huge history fan. After finishing the museum tour, we headed back into the Chinese village. We ate lunch in this village. It was actually a really interesting mix between spicy Thai and Chinese food. We were back on the road after lunch! Last minute we had to change the hotel that we were headed to. From what I understand, there was a landslide on the mountain that we ...
... in a constructive environment. Muay Thai is a form of boxing. All of the monks at the temple practice this art and it is also practiced throughout the whole country of Thailand. In Chiang Mai there is nightly boxing matches that tourists are encouraged to go to in travel advising books. Anyways, the monks teach this form to the addicts because they believe that you can reach the mind through the body. Addicts in this area are poor, not well educated and; ...
... did encounter a couple of these men at the most popular and most visited temple, where ironically there were no warning signs. I hope these men don't scam too many tourists, but I'm glad we are now educated on what to look and listen for and avoid!
We ended our night with a trip to the south gate of the old city to try some great street food recommended by Tartar, a really fun and bubbly friend we've made (along with Jeff and Fine, he runs the ...
... society and they don't bother here unless there have been repeated problems.
I need to measure twice and step once, but I manage to make it down. It's a beautiful waterfall with natural pool. The website didn't mention a pool and I didn't bring a swimsuit or towel. But it's hot, the waterfall is isolated and it's a Monday...
The water is spring-fed, so it's quite cold. I only make it up to ...
... the moving train and of the sound of its screeching wheels.
I was happy to have this part of the trip done and over with this being my first time ever sleeping on a train. Looking at my watch, it was 4:30am! Groan! I still had a whole five hours more of traveling before reaching Chiang Mai, the train's destination. I tried desperately ...
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