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I had read that most people only visit Lampang as part of a day trip. Unfortunately I did not listen to this and booked a hotel.
Lampang was a nice small village with a few temples dotted around, but I could have easily seen all of this in one ...
We checked out of the hotel having got bus tickets to go to Chiang Mai for 12.15pm.
The bus journey took three hours and wasn't the best- the bus or coach was nice but there were some smelly people on there and a six month old baby who needed his nappy changed about half hour into the journey.
We got to Chiang Mai bus terminal and got a Songtal to Tha'phae gate. We headed to the hotel we'd ...
... flops. I'm thinking about leaving them with her, hah.
Then I tried to mime that the bathroom in room 6 has ants, especially around the sink and toilet. I think she got it. But she was giggling for a while (I squatted into a pooping position and made crawling ant gestures with my fingers...).
I talked to my dad tonight, and he asked about what we eat, so I'm going to post some pictures. We eat vegan ...
... dresses she liked to the tailor, but apparently he wasn't too confident about the intricate bead work... soo I think she's going to fold the idea of having a dress made here, but she did try on a black and gold Thai dress that looked amazing! She might get that for her ceremony here.
Weddings seem beautiful but also quite extravagant. I read in NYT once that the average American wedding costs $28,000. $28,000! And that's the average. That's like how much some ...
... buildings… fanciest restaurant I will probably ever go to. We sat down on the floor but it was designed so that even though you were sitting on the floor it seemed like you were sitting at a normal table. There was 6 or 7 bowls of food with rice, pork, chicken, this caramelized dessert rice, fried bananas… and they were constantly changing them in and out to make sure we had enough. It was an all you can eat type thing. This was all followed by a traditional Thai ...