YMCA International Hotel
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... recover. I will tell you now the whole journey from then until touch down in Chiang Mai and arriving at our hotel was awful. I have never in my life felt so bad. Any water i took came straight back up. I must have been awful to be with today so sorry Barrett. We made it it to the hotel, some how. The hotel is an Eco friendly place, so the toilets are shared and outside, still ...
... that I was keen to get in the ring for a couple of bouts and pointed at the opponents I would like to challenge. He basically told me I would get my **** kicked and they wouldn't allow me to fight in the Under 14 female division anyway. Luckily my hammy is sore ( have I mentioned that:-) or I could have caused some serious carnage. The other problem is that the first fight doesn't start till 9pm. No probs, I just have to set the alarm ;-) Ok, bourbon ...
... minutes away by minibus. After being chased by an angry dog, hiking for the longest, hottest kilometre of our lives and perching on the tiny platform for an hour or so, our 'rapid' class train arrived and we boarded, looking forward to the journey right though the centre of Thailand.
Although in parts a very pretty journey and comfortable enough, it was actually a bit of a drag and seemed to take forever- stopping at tiny villages and crawling over noisy bridges, we soon got ...
... all times like an Epi-pen. I chose green chicken curry which was too spicy - it's the fourth time I've ordered it and not been able to eat it so I'm admitting defeat I don't like Thai green curry. Too full to move, we made our way along the night markets. We could've bought loads of stuff but we limited ourselves to new hareems and Jack's pride and joy - a selfie stick. A week in Thailand has meant our bartering skills have massively improved. At 11pm we took ...
... less threatening to the elephants. Most of the elephants at the park had been previously mistreated by humans. We found out that many had been rescued from circuses or illegal logging, where the elephants are often overworked and starved. I respected the elephants for their ability to trust humans again, especially when I witnessed the loving relationships that they had developed with their mahouts. Our first encounter with the elephants was at ...