B2 Premier Resort & Spa
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After a surprisingly comfortable night we arrived in Chiang Mai. It is Thailand's second city and has an ancient walled city in the centre. It has its own language and was once a separate kingdom (15th century) and the old royal family are the ones invited to ceremonies not the current Thai king. It's also yet another country that drives on the left because the king was given a Rolls Royce in an act of friendship from Britain when he felt threatened by the French in Indo-China a century ...
... our ladies and made our way back to our guest house. We had no intention of using my phones navigation again and decided to just weave our way through the back streets as we figured we'd eventually end up where we needed to be. We walked past an Alsatian on an exercise machine, a cat in a bird cage that was strapped to a bicycle, a really cool cocktail bar (we pinned it on my Google maps), an array of Indian restaurants and billboards advertising face creams ...
... br> We got back around 5 and showered before heading to dinner. We ate at place that had a special sticky rice with coconut ice cream dessert, which was to die for. After dinner we were just walking around town, and Kristine had gotten a message from one of the guys we met this morning. He told us to come over to their hostel, since it's a big backpacking place, and has an awesome atmosphere. We were both tired and debated whether or not to go, ...
... Buddha sat under when he attained enlightenment. It's considered sacred, and various gorgeous scarves were tied on the branches. We were taking group photos outside the main temple when a middle-aged monk in an orange robe and maroon cap slid in front of us all smiling and taking photos with his smartphone! We started giggling because it was funny how he just sneaked up on us. We invited him to take a photo with us, and he hesitated ...
... out the night bazaar market, chicken korma, pork rice and two drinks for £4, bargain!
Found my new love, sorry Carl you have been replaced by Rotee. This is a banana and chocolate pancake…. so good and is a must if you ever go to Chiang Mai.
We sat for a while tonight, people watching with our desert in the night market, there is a stage here too with some Thai people ...