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... to that which cooks whole fish right on the street. We really like this little alley of ours but are slightly disappointed with Chiang Mai. The city is bigger than we expected and the old town doesn't have much historic architecture and is more touristy than expected. Peter said it's like Mackinac but with motorcycles instead of bicycles. We are looking forward to a good nights sleep and finding some hidden Chiang Mai gems tomorrow.
... completed and it looked like it was made into a home. This year the building was transformed into a cute little noodle shop. The small 3-sided building by the temple used to be where the community tea pot was housed. There was a fire stove and a large pot of tea & herbs. This is where the villagers would come to drink tea from the community ladle. This was to be for good health. Now the building is a store. Decorated with mums and other decorations. It was ...
... can be trained with positive reinforcement instead of violence. The park also has almost 400 dogs! And lots of cats, mostly rescued from the floods. Many of them wander freely and you can play with them too. The dogs like joining in on walks to see the elephants or playing in the river and one of the boisterous baby elephants likes to play with them and chase them which is funny to see. Its an amazing place to be if you love animals.
The best bit was after the day ...
... and natural wonders. Eenmaal aangekomen bij de Longnecks betalen we 1000 baht (ong. €25) om binnen te komen. We lopen naar binnen langs de marktkraampjes wasr genoeg toeristen prul wordy verkocht. En we lopen en we lopen... wat gaan we nou zien? dachten we. Ja het is dus SERIEUS alleen een markt waar de "longnecks" hun spulletjes verkopen die ze waarschijnlijk ook bij een groothandel inkopen -.-" Wat een grap! We konden er alleen nog maar om lachen, ...
... depending where you are going) or he says no. More people will get onto the truck as well, so it is slightly slower than a Tuk Tuk - but still cheaper and for me a nice way to travel. You could split Chiang Mai into two parts (actually more, as it is the second biggest city in Thailand - but I want to keep it simple).... You have the old town that is surrounded by a moat and leftovers from a wall. While there are several bridges over the little moat, there are four main gates. ...