Chiangmai Grandview Hotel
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... comfort zone and would also be another great educational, cultural and a allover great experience being able to care for these amazing animals.
At the end of every day because the volunteering does not got that long we were also allowed to travel into the community and see what life is like. As Volunteers from a english speaking country we were also encouraged to teach english at the local school. ...
... just pulling over cars at random and making them pay a fine. Anyway, we got to the waterfall soon after and swam at the bottom. The water wasn't very warm but it was really fun. Once we had dried off we carried on to a restaurant in a village somewhere to have lunch. A short drive after lunch took us to the start of the trek. We walked for just over 2 hours through the forest. It was really humid ...
... the road to the border crossing. It wasn't long before we arrived, unloaded and passed through Thai immigration. We would wait for a while before boarding a second bus to take us across the Mekong River to Laos immigration. About half four in the afternoon, and after parting with $31 USD we were in! It's actually only $30 USD for a Laos tourist visa. The extra dollar is an overtime charge for any arrivals after 16:00. If I were ...
... dresser and I
must admit to owning a few garments in the past that have been in and out of
fashion once or twice but some of these
guys look like they are on the third or fourth cycle. Even fashion ‘T’ shirts
aren’t that expensive but when you are trying to recycle one that you bought in
Hawaii 30 years ago which now says
‘I’M --OM OZ AND WE -HAG -HEEP SO WAT-- OUT BAA SIL’
I think ...
... giant backpack on my back, just dying!! Then some Thai women tried to push in the queue, luckily our backpacks were finally useful as we blocked their way ahead of us. Got our visa stamped, hooray we're back in Thailand. As soon as we got the front of Nong Khai station a man was waiting to collect us and whisked us away, very efficient. This time a 2 minute drive, then we were dropped off again to be told it was now and hour and a half till we set off to Chiang ...