YMCA International Hotel
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We went in a minibus out into the country. We rode an elephant into the jungle. We fed the elephant sugar cane and bananas. I think it was a female because it didn't have any tusks. Our mahout was pretty kind to the elephant. Then we walked through the Karen village where a woman was weaving. We walked past the paddy fields and along to a waterfall …
... villages inhabited by Palaung people (a Karen tribe that arrived from Burma 16years ago). Very traditional and sticking to their authentic ways. Recently leaving Burma I always feel a bit sad to leave a country to start a new one, you become familiar with the ways and customs of the people after a while, so the idea to start the process of becoming familiar again is always a little daunting. I had people call me over to sit with them and their whole families, had ...
... with a plastic bag in between his lap. On the drive pooh almost hit a dog, a car, and half the time was looking back at me making jokes in Thai (saying the **** yao [green beans] made him sick but NO *******) and laughing at the masi deng for being sick. Luckily justin has a sense of humor and understood how the situation was funny cause I was dying of laughter in the backseat. Once we pulled up at the hospital it's literally car side service. Justin opened his door and they have ...
... dishes (which included green curry, a stirfy, prawn soup, pad thai and a sweet desert). My green curry contained 20 chillies and Mam was pretty impressed by my fire mouth. It was bloody hot in that kitchen me and Matt are now pretty well seasoned sweaters and I have a new found respect for thai cooks its too bloody hot to do that cooking malarkey in Thailand. After we got back from our cooking extravaganza the two English girls in the room next to us asked if we ...
... heavy traffic. Most
stores open about 10:00AM and close at 9:00PM. I also learned that a
time constraint is imposed on the purchase of beer and alcohol. Only
during the hours of 11:00AM to 2:00PM and after 5:00PM customers may
purchase beer and alcohol.
The website for the jewelry store is included and recommended for anyone who travels to Chiang Mai.