Chiangmai Grandview Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... minutes under the cascading falls. Then we trekked back down to the van for the ride back to the hotel. Ice cream, a dip in the pool then a crazy ride with 4 people in the 2 person tuk tuk (keep your wings tucked in Vic) for supper in town at the Whole Earth Restaurant (Thai/Indian). Fantastic meal in a beautiful setting. It actually rained tonight! First rain we've seen in the 2 weeks we've been ...
This morning we allowed ourselves considerably more time to get ready as we didn't want to worry about missing the truck again. We had breakfast at our hostel and then hopped in the truck at around 9:30am. Luckily for us we were not alone today and we drove around to pick up another seven people by which time we were all pretty cramped. We headed out to where we were going to be doing our walking, but along the way we stopped off at the ...
... a word). Everything was set up outside under a canopy, and the first thing we see at each work station is a small round chopping board and a rather sharp looking meat cleaver! We were guided through the cooking process, then oncewe had made the dish we got to eat. It seemed everybody in the group had gone overboard on the chilli as all were exclaiming how spicy it was. Next was noodles, much better. Both Laura and I made Pad Thai which ...
Where to begin. Oh yes, Anthony Bourdain. In preparation for this trip, I will proudly say that I watched any episodes from both No Reservations and Parts Unknown that were relevant to my points of visit. Chiang Mai quickly became the front runner as our "foodie" city after this (ahem) thorough research was performed. This is not meant to take away from the scrumptious meals we've enjoyed in other parts-only that this was the one point we sought out ...
... to the hotel to bed. The following day we woke up fairly early to head over to Tiger Kingdom. This place is famous in Chang Mai and Phuket and homes tigers of all ages. We decided to see the biggest and the smallest tigers and you get 15 mins with each size to interact with them and get photos. The baby tigers were so cute, running around, playing with eachother and one even hopped right up on Matts lap, crying because he was hungry. The big ones were much ...