Hotel M Chiang Mai
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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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 …
... some things I learned from Yoga Sutras among other things. Something I learned from working in a clinic and hostel and other service jobs is that you can't do everything for other people because then they will become dependent on you and get reeeally needy. I do feel a great sense of responsibility here. Most of the students definitely look to me for advice and help. It's funny because I will be with other students, old or new, and listen to the same set of ...
... get dinner and drinks together. Billy and Maddie to took us to this amazing restaurant they found the previous night. Well, amazing is how THEY describe it, because it was closed the night we went down there. But we did have great food at a cool street restaurant instead. Plus we hit one of Chiang Mai's night markets, and played a game where everyone had 20 baht (75 cents) and 10 minutes (1/6 hour) to come back with the coolest thing they could buy. I don't think we ...
... and again… and again. It was a lot harder to say goodbye than I had anticipated and even now it is difficult to write about it. I have made lifelong memories and relationships and this whole experience has taught me so much about culture, nursing and life. These have been the best 3 weeks of my life and I am sad that it is over but I am so glad to have had this opportunity. See you all soon in Tminus 21 hours! ...
... paddies, but they are currently not growing rice now that it was the rainy season. We also walked by some village women who were gather wood. They had it in large baskets carried on their backs and balanced by straps on their foreheads. They looked very heavy. When I saw a super old woman walk by carrying the same wood basket, I realized there could be no more complaining about carrying my two backpacks. This woman, was probably triple my age and half ...