Chiang Mai International Youth Hostel
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... of other trips and things to do. I didn't see point in me spending two days learning how to drive an elephant. Even with global warming, I didn't think at my age I'd have the need to be a mahout in Crezieres. We could also have visited a long neck tribe, but I'd seen a programme on French TV recently, and anyway gawping at strange peoples like that I'd find a bit uncomfortable. The river was a good choice just to fill a morning.
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... stop was the waterfall, and that was epic! However, very very cold. We went in and swam to it but couldn't stay in long as it was so cold. But the experience was incredible. Jonny found it so cold so didn't come in very far, but he was still appreciating how incredible it was. We stayed for an hour or so, and then left to go back home. On our way back we stopped at the seven eleven shop, and picked up some Chang beers. So the journey home involved a beer in the sun on the back of ...
... use your hips to swing the cucumber forward and a hit a soccer ball, propelling it toward the other end of the court. If you think that sounds an innuendo, it is! That was the point, apparently. Thankfully, I didn’t have to participate in that one. The school also has a dance team that performed two of their dances. Their last dance to end the day wasn’t played with music, but rather the students all ...
... t come off - we came to the conclusion that the face wash I bought in Bali has UV whitening in it. Seriously! Why? Anywho, lol's aside we went to a Karaoke bar around the corner and finished the night with a bunch of guys singing Spice Girls.
We had pre-booked a half day fishing with a company. Everyone was very excited. We were taking to the outskirts of Chiang Mai to a man made lake. We were promised big ...
... we saw enough of the dragons, dancers, and floats we decided to make our way to the bar scene with our new guests. It was a fun evening with friends from home and our friends from Thailand. After enough drinks were consumed and the music was no longer keeping us up we decided to call it a night. As usual we hopped in the bed of the truck as pooh chauffeured us back to the house. Along the drive we saw a scooter car accident that likely happens only seconds before ...