Baan Klang Wiang
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... his pineapple fried rice from a giant pineapple shell and I realized just how spicy the spicy chicken soup I ordered really was. Pom picked us up when we finished dinner and drove us back to the hotel.
The next morning, we had breakfast at the hotel, and Pom picked us up at nine. We drove through the university at Chiang Mai, stopping in front of the geology building to take pictures with dinosaurs. We then drove up the winding roads of the mountain to Wat Phrathat ...
... for about 6 months and it was cool to hear their stories and about all the places they've visited since they've loved here! We had a few drinks then moved to another bar and had a few more, all of a sudden it was 3am haha! We shared a tuk tuk to our hotels and arranged to meet up in the same bar at 9pm the following night as the FA Cup final was on at 11:30pm thai time. Adam and I stumbled in and it's safe to say we barely moved until teatime the next day ...
... cruel. It was locked in a cage until a group paid for a photo and it would be lifted by its tail and back of the neck and plumped on our laps. The last stop for the night was the Night Predator show. We got to see a lot of animals put on a show for a feed.
We’re back at the Mecure in bed now. We’ve had a big, long day again and we’re so so ready to enjoy our soft beds.
Peace out girl scouts,
... by a guy making rotis with a flare. Ours was banana, cashews and chocolate. Yummy.
Also have spent time with The River Team, long time CHE advocates who have started projects from the north to south of Thailand, including a cafe and conference centre. Photo at their River Cafe. Look forward to visiting one of their mountain village locations next week. They always encourage us with their enthusiasm for CHE and their innovation!
... but very funny! The next morning we went out walking around the city. Dan decided he wanted a traditional Thai blessing tattoo before leaving Asia, the Thai Rasta who did the tattoo did a great job and it look perfect. Dan is very happy with it and it's a lot less hassle than a regular tattoo. That night we got the overnight train back to Bangkok for our final few days before flying to Aus! Much love, Dan and Ellie ...