YMCA International Hotel
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... city walls and we walked passed many beautiful temples and street food stalls. We got late lunch/early dinner at a nice restaurant, sharing two meals and trying a new curry dish- masaman, which was delicious! Looking at the cocktail menu we thought it would be rude not to and so each had a cocktail 'Thai Style' as we watched the world go by. When we got back from our afternoon we had a bit of a confusion in the hostel room... To give you some background: It is hostel etiquette ...
... a lot of fun, just enjoying the company of those around. At 7:30 the group meet to go for dinner. I had decided to leave the tour (4 days ahead of time) and this was to be our last dinner. I also changed my plans to do the hike in China to spending four days in Koh Samui, island off the coast of Thailand and to attend the Full Moon party on the fifth. If you don't know what it is, best look it up, as I probably won't be blogging about it. Supper that night was ok. The ...
... Mai for one week, I feel like I've made some friendships for life here, with like minded people, a joy and one of the brilliant perks of travelling! I will definitely be back to Chiang Mai, as out of everywhere I have been travelling to date, it felt the most suited to my personality. In my mind, no journey to Thailand is complete without some quality time in Chiang Mai and there are no excuses as the flights are cheap, you just need to figure out which festival you go to visit during your ...
... and spices. And the differences between ginger and thai ginger, curcuma root and ginger root. Then we went quickly to the market for some extra explanation about coconut cream and coconut milk, curry paste, tofu, different type of rices like sticky rice and normal rice and the easy things you can buy here for at home. Back at the cooking school we made a welome snack, spring rolls, a soup and a curry ...
... me as hard as it should have... Sex crimes like sexual assaults, rape, and underage prostitution get me every time though. It makes me sick to the deepest part of my gut.
Marissa and I returned our bikes to the rental shop and walked back with Jaa. The two of them LOVE to snack on things, so on the way back they bought fried plantains, fried sweet potatoes, tamarind, papaya salad, fishballs (!! Marissa argued that they probably ...