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... it. We ended up hanging out in a bar with the guys from our volunteer group until like 1:00 in the morning. We woke up on Sunday around 8:30, had the free breakfast the hotel provided us and Met the entire crew at this beautiful temple I found. (I was the leader. Shout out to Steve for teaching me how to plan a trip. Not gonna lie though, it was harder than expected and certainly not flawless.) the first temple was very simple and beautiful, and I had a spiritual connection with it. ...
... back to Chiang Rai and make a quick stop at the Choui Fong tea plantation. I have never seen a operation like this before. We got some pictures and took time to soak in the surroundings (rows and rows of tea plants). I enjoyed the tea tasting and the view. Before we left I also got a green tea frappe! Our evening ended with the long ride (about four hours back to Chiang Mai). Now it is packing again for our trip into the village ...
A little bit of a quieter morning, missed the elephants trumpeting in the background and dogs barking. But we had a different type of day planned. Today we were slowing down our pace and heading for a long drive up to the North to witness a glimpse of some of the distant groups of people living in Thailand. We started the day with a one hour drive up towards the north and to our first stop at ----. This was another touristy stop complete with a cafe, corner store, and mini ...
... everything - including the clothes we were to wear - the night before may have helped!). 15 mins later we were on the minibus and on our way to the airport for our first internal flight to Chiang Rai in Northern Thailand to visit The Golden Triangle, eating our takeaway breakfast of tuna mayonnaise sandwiches and mini bananas!
Flying with Bangkok Air - with the biggest leg room I've ever had on an aircraft (with at least 20cm space to ...
... behind the Black Temple created the White Temple and it is equally modern, still being decorated inside. The White Temple (Wat Si-Kow) is actually a temple, though, with living quarters for monks and a hall for offerings and contemplation. It was striking in the morning sunlight, as it is not just white but adorned with strips of mirror so that it glinted and glimmered as we walked by. The style appears quite traditional, but there are unusual artistic ...