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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
We often eat by the side of the road, sometimes over a sewage grid, sometimes we see the flies crawling over the meat which has been sat out drying in the sun all day. The plates are casually washed in a bucket of brown water by the side of the road and the establishment caters to day trips, taxi rides and most other things. We're served by mum, …
Ok, so here I did some more drinking, saw a temple and had a lovely time.
Chiang Mai was an unusual experience for me. While I greatly enjoyed the neighborly vibe of the city, and the increased convenience of moving around compared to Bangkok, I began to have strong feelings about the impact that so many travelers and tourists are bringing to the city, and to Thailand and Southeast Asia as a whole. On the one hand, such …
Bangkok, jij stinkstad, wat ben je groot.
Daar op Khao San Road gedraagt men zich idioot.
Ook wij gedroegen ons traditiegetrouw.
Want wij feestten met Marleen, die mooie vrouw.
Je belangrijkste, grootste en mooiste tempels hebben we
Misschien waren het er wel tien. …
Ah the joys of travelling! This time Kate and Nicola got to experience a 3hour boat trip followed by a 5 hour bus journey, which should have been 8 - this meant we arrived in Bangkok at 2 in the morning and had to find a cheap hotel to rest our heads for the next few hours before... a 13hour train ride!
Tired and hungry we went to a local …
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Price is ok and it's a good value place. It has a beautiful garden and a lovely pool area. Lots of mozzies and I saw a cockroach in the room though. Whatever!
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