Hotel M Chiang Mai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Clean room and friendly staff. Our room was in the fifth floor overlooking the wall and we could watch the festivities (beauty pageant, parade, marching band)
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I can't believe it's still Thursday. A few hours ago we were wandering through Hong Kong and now we are in Thailand! Got off the plane and had a little trouble with immigration. For some reason he kept asking me how long I would be staying and did not seem satisfied with my answer. He finally let me through but stamped my passport with a 30 day …
... influence the media has on other people in shaping their paradigms and their understanding of other cultures. He seemed really, really excited to go to America, and told us that he loved our accents. I've always thought my accent was pretty uninteresting. He exchanged emails with Shaun, and we left to the Muay Thai fight for which we had received flyers. I came away from the experience wondering how my ethnocentricity shapes my perspective differently than someone ...
... We were guaranteed a delicious meal so we opted to return and try out some other items on the menu.
We arrived and got the last two seats in the restaurant. At this point we were a little pressed for time as we had a massage at 11AM. We scanned the menu and ended up selecting the same items: Latte, carrot, beetroot and pineapple juice and a Thai style omelet with green/red peppers, basil and hot peppers. Once the food came it was devoured pretty quickly then we were ...
... a neat mall, it was! There was a food market right in the middle, but a very clean one without the typical street market smells and sights. There were also market-like shopping with higher end handmade souvenirs, including a lot of metal and wood work. We wandered around a bit, but our big backpacks made shopping through tight aisles next to impossible. That's where the random shopping cart from Tops we found came in handy. Yes, the same ...
... Phae Rd and there was a temple all strung up with lanterns and it looked beautiful in the flickering night light. These temples are beautiful at the best of times but they really seemed magical now.
We walked a bit further and came across another temple - Wat Upakhut, and the monks inside were selling lanterns and helping people get them up in the air. We know it was a bit cheeky but we walked in and mingled and got some help to get our own lanterns up.
It was ...