At Pingnakorn Hotel Chiangmai
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... nipped at me and Heather when we first started to pet it. There’s no way in hell I would ever pet one of the medium or large tigers!
Then we went to Mae Sa waterfall. I thought this was just a small waterfall you could swim in, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out this waterfall has 10 levels you can hike up to. Each level (well most of the levels) have an area you can get into the water and swim in. Since ...
... Phnom Penh. Its not Thailand. They are still recovering from the terrible war and government they used to have. They are more hopeful today. They are working. They are accessing information.. They are educating themselves. But there are still land mines to clean up. There are still skills to be learned. There are still many children and others who have lost limbs. The water is super chlorinated but they drink it now. Are ...
When they mess it up in Thailand, you can be assured, its a huge
'clusterflock.' Huge. Take our breakfast experience over in the 'Good
Morning Chiang Mai' ex-pats chintzy eatery, recommended both in Lonely
Planet and by Carolyn and her traveling companion, Jane. They both
came back saying they had a really good pancake breakfast, so Marion
had to go see, of course. With great reluctance I agreed to forego my
All-Day English ...
... a hotbox with an unnecessary comforter and no communal area to hang out in.
A Swedish lady sleeping next to me and I started chatting in the morning and she decided to join me to see Tiger Kingdom. The tigers at Tiger Kingdom have been raised by humans so they are used to human interaction. Obviously there are some rules that must be followed, like no touching of the head, only approach from behind and don't touch them when they are walking. ...
... a lot of fun, just enjoying the company of those around. At 7:30 the group meet to go for dinner. I had decided to leave the tour (4 days ahead of time) and this was to be our last dinner. I also changed my plans to do the hike in China to spending four days in Koh Samui, island off the coast of Thailand and to attend the Full Moon party on the fifth. If you don't know what it is, best look it up, as I probably won't be blogging about it. Supper that night was ok. The ...