Hotel M Chiang Mai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel M Chiang Mai
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 …
... can really itchy. aswell as that, I got millions of new mosquito bites. so by the end of it. I was glad to be heading back to civilization. dunno how I would have coped there for a few nights, also, our trek ended by walking through some paddy fields, where there were only women working, backbreaking manual plowing. why was I not surprised. apparently everyone helps on each others farm. sounds like Ireland! we then arrived at their village. their houses were pretty nice and modern and ...
... clothes... a bit frustrating since most of the western style clothing is very young and hip, we are not, and made for people very thin, again we are not. Got a couple more malls to check out this weekend, pretty sure we can get what we need. Well it looks like rainy season is not yet with us. After a couple of rainy days last week the heat is back. Temperatures are forecast between 35-40 C or 95-104 F. Yikes!, Not sure how we'll survive wearing work clothes in this ...
... will bring a donation of flowers or incense or food or money. He or she will then usually remain for some period of time in an attitude of prayer or chant or a variety of forms of physical prostration, at the least kneeling before the Buddha.
In addition to the statues of the Buddha in the front of each temple and shrine, there are often paintings, photos, carvings, and other illustrations of events in the life of the Buddha on the walls and ...
... time with retired elephants whose pain was no longer. We walked with them, fed them and bathed with them - literally splashing them in the river while they tumbled over with big smiles on their faces. It's something quite unreal but with a positive energy and connection that embraces a true respectful relationship between human and animal. The next day we embarked upon a morning with monks with a couple, one of which we now call 'Australian Jason'; apparently ...