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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... fine now. That night we checked into SK House and it was great. The next day we took a Thai cookery class, it turned out to be private. We got taken to the local market to purchase the items and cooked 14 dishes between the two of us and ate all of them. We learned lots and had lots of fun. That night we went to the night market and on the way home we heard a few screams and a load bang noise at first we thought it was he go go girls fighting but no it was a ...
... black velvet with colourful hems - very pretty but I imagine very hot in the warm climate of Chiang Mai. One of the highlights of out trip was the last morning. We took a tuk tuk for a two hour trip to see "Thai handicraft" (which to be honest we expected would be a collection of trinkets from local crafts). We were thoroughly impressed by the variety of products and the immense skill of the people making them - largely by hand! We visited a silk ...
... This was a very grand temple and I left Garry to enter the temple as I walked around the grounds. I soon realised that there were ruins at the back of the temple so I headed back to the entrance to wait and see them with Garry. He was also waiting at the entrance as he was asked to wear a robe to enter, which meant I could go in too. We went in before walking around the half restored ruined chedi, which was quite meditating.
We walked to get some lunch and passed ...
... to swapping with Esther and being in control! - Children stop reading now - When we stopped for a few minutes before swapping over we got to see 'something magical' as Tom said, but something you probably don't want to see in our opinion. Our elephant, who we had been calling Nelly so far, turned out not to be a girl, but the bull of the group, and he was hooorrnnnyyyy! Whilst the Mahouts were still on the elephants back, our elephant, ...
... an hour and then back down!
So off we set and yes got warmer and easier as we went down, the road was in good shape and some amazing forest and Tribal villages and not to forget the odd waterfall, after all it is a National Park, a huge one at that.
After 60 km we joint there super highway and that was the worst part of the whole trip, huge lorries, 4 by 4s and total disregard to ...
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