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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lunch tomorrow (keep posted for a review of those!). After that we needed lunch for today and stopped at a coffee shop for an omelette / stir-fry and an iced coffee before heading back to the hotel via an internet cafe (the internet is still being very rubbish at the hotel) and another iced beverage.At the hotel we chilled out for a bit and ensured all our bits and bobs were charged up ready for the boat tomorrow. A thrilling evening of dinner, showers and packing ...
... to change it. One major difference obviously is that King Bhumibol started on top and helped those at the bottom where Che Guevara had to revolutionize (unfortunately through violence) his way to the top. Personally I think that King Bhumibol is a better role model.
Both King Bhumibol and his mother are considered great heroes. His mother has a particularly special story, coming from a poor family to be the King's mother. Not noble by birth, yet noble by ...
... into a smaller road which sharply winds along the river, which turns into a dirt road riddled with potholes, which turns into a smaller dirt road which steeply winds it's way up and through an Akha Hill Tribe Village and then finally to our home away from home. Rosemary had this unreadable expression on her face the whole time, which she later said concealed thoughts of being kidnapped and chopped up into little bits ...
Janice is really pleased for our help and company and I start cleaning in the kitchen and cabins, trying to get everything spic'n'span. I’m glad that we have use of the kitchen, it’s nice just being able to cook up some ...
... porch. Alongside his house were low shrubs, filled with an astounding variety of jewel coloured butterflies, and a small sala in which children were playing.
Despite all we know (through Gary and Baan) of the village’s troubles and poverty, all the people we met seemed cheerful; and even, dare I say, content in going about their business.
After saying our goodbyes to Baan’s family, we headed back to Chiang Rai, stopping on the way ...