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... for tomorrow then found a tuk tuk to drive us over to check out the beautiful 'white temple'.
The tuk tuk waited and brought us back to the hotel where we enjoyed a few 'Leo's' and 'Singha's' next to the pool whilst playing cards then changed and headed out to the night bazaar to pick up some bargains and have our final dinner in Thailand!
We headed back and packed our bags, Grahame and I adding on our next badge before getting some sleep! ...
After our long day of travelling yesterday it suited us well having this day planned locally in town. We were in no rush to leave early today, and with the buffet breakfast of toast and fresh fruit we didn't bother rushing that either. The three temples we planned to see were Wat Phra Kaeo (temple of the Emerald Bhudda), Wat Ming Muang (the auspicious temple) and Wat Rong Khun (white temple). Not going to bore you with the ...
... whoops. haha the pack had like ten in so i am bringing some back!!! get ready!! and i also got stuff for heart burn cannot wait to try. While waiting for Finland group to finish touring Rachel and i used the bathroom which is always a adventure because you do not know if there will be toilet paper or if you will need to use a squatty potty and usually there is no soap or paper towels, thank goodness for hand sanitizer!! and of course Rachel found a cat which ...
... br> Right of way - person gives way to scooter, gives way to car, gives way to truck, gives way to bus. No one gives way to emergency vehicle
Follow these road rules and you should be 50% a-okay!
Our first evening in Chiang Rai
We went to the clock tower (which is apparently the tourist destination in Chiang Rai), and found a place to eat near by. After a little much we checked out the Night Bazaar nearby before calling it an early night.
... Path (also known as the Middle Way - meaning no desire). Buddha taught the basis for human morals lies in the <b>5 precepts for Laypeople</b>. <b>1. No Killing</b> (Respect all living things great and small.) Many Buddhists will not kill a fly, a bug or even a worm. These living creatures could very well could be a reincarnation of your mother or a loved one. I want to also add that Buddha was not a vegetarian but many Buddhists believe that eating flesh ...