Hotel M Chiang Mai
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... were pretty tasty if a little odd. After lunch we had a further rest at the waterfall for almost an hour which let our lunch settle nicely before we set off on our walk again. Our walk continued through rice padis and uphill for about another hour and a half to the next waterfall. It was very fun to walk along the thin edges of the fields with waterlogged crops on either side. At the waterfall Cat had a good wash as she hadn't swum before and then changed into her ...
... lovely woman from Australia (also called Robyn) earlier in the week, I promise myself to try approach my days from a viewpoint of abundance and not from a place of lack.
Lesson 8: (Manda says) It’s all about the joy…don’t ever forget it.
The next couple of days are spent catching up with Bri between her busy teaching schedule and getting to know Justin. It’s wonderful to be with friends and as much as I would love to stay I need ...
... have died at this drop. No answer is our guides familiar reply... She finally does it but gives us all a heart attack by faltering again a not leaping off, above and below we wait to hear the outcome... She's unharmed! I start the climb... Oscar and Yazid tell me if I run and falter they promise to push... Bless the Parisian he pleads with me not to over think it but if my heart says no then DON'T! My guide says DO! My OCD wins and I resolve I'll go third no drama just run. I do ...
... to have been beaten to death.
We weren't sure about coming back to Chiang Mai for Songkran as the flights were quite expensive, but it was worth it a hundred times over. What really made it was the amount of effort the Thais put in. People transporting giant barrels down to the river so strangers could refill their guns and a really friendly atmosphere where anyone is game and everyone is up for a party. We'll probably end up buying flights for next year, and you should do ...
... a few sexual jokes told at this point which is where harder, faster fits in. You can imagine the rest of the conversation! The food was all really good, and we left with full bellies.
Non Long- The one thing that I really wanted to do in Asia was visit elephants. I was so excited for our trip to the elephant park. It is the home of elephants that have been rescued from circus' or the like. They have 26 elephants currently. They have to be kept chained though ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking