Baan Gong Kham (Boutique Lanna Resort)
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... time! We arrive to meet and greet them on time at the airport, then all head to the hotel to move in. Yaang Come Village is the nicest hotel we have stayed in for some time! It has a pool, soft beds, free breakfast, big A/C rooms and a bathroom bigger than most rooms we have stayed in! Safe to say we have home comforts here and with great thanks to the Holmes family I won't be slumming it here! We head out for a late lunch in old town, Central Chiang Mai, and shock Nat's ...
... and started guiding us there on his own. After nearly an hour of walking, I decided we should get a taxi from where we were. Edd hailed a tuk tuk and we showed the driver the name of the shopping centre in Thai. He looked at us as though we were mad, we were walking in the wrong direction and the shopping centre was 1km back the way we came! We turned back on ourselves, got an ice cream from the 7/11 and started towards where the shopping centre apparently was. We ...
... of jewelry stores selling gold chains, diamonds and
precious stones. Marion was amazed at what she thought was such low
security - open glass cases full of precious gems, gold and silver and
not a guard in sight. I thought a 'smash-n-grab' thief wouldn't make
it 10 yards before they were brought down by an irate mob.
Marion went looking for a fair-sized shoulder bag while I sat and had
a cuppa. Not quite the English tea ...
... in my back. Strolled through the Sunday market-popped into herb basics but guess the Chinese battlebuses had been in as stocks were low. Nice walk home-lovely temperature. Stopped at the gallery sitting by the riverside watching the sun go down. Sunflowers growing on the riverbank. Shared a large Chang. Tasty Pad Thai goon for dinner then ...
... of these changes are obvious from the physical health of the villagers. The community leaders told us that the biggest health problems in the village are hypertension (high blood pressure), muscle strains (from the hard physical labor) and diabetes. Hypertension and diabetes have only become an issue in the last ten years. They attributed the cause of this to the increasing amount of salt in their diet. A truck, called the mobile market, comes every morning ...