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Travel Blogs from Lamphun
... break related.
To summarise our epic moped journey, tonight we handed back a shattered Yamaha 125cc. Somehow it had miraculously lugged us two heavyweights 1002 Km. K spent about 15 hours holding on tight, whilst M got the moped to do things that mopeds shouldn't do.
Not sure we should have been doing this trip at our ripe old age, however, it did impress the locals and we had a fantastic few days away.
... thought we'd try and visit the night market, but only got half way down the road and ended up walking into a Thai boxing place instead! ....................... So, today, we spent a lot of the day with one of the tour agencies. We chatted a lot about the elephants, and in the end I decided I didn't really want to see them. Not because I don't love elephants, but because all of the parks have to use chains and hooks, they are all wild ...
... were monks right beside me and you know, they're good people! So Bangkok, I owe you... Well 14 baht anyway. I've had a blast in this city, the more I got to know it, the more I warmed to it! I'd highly recommend a visit, but for this lone traveller - it's time to move on. Thanks Bangkok, for a great start. Reached the station now, ready to board my overnight train! In the station I was approached by a large group of people from a school or college. Basically they interviewed ...
... to take off our shoes and wash our hands. Then we were allowed to take photos not only with the baby tigers (2 months) but also with those that were already a little bit bigger (4 months). In the end it was a very nice experience because the tigers were absolutely gorgeous, probably the cutest thing we´ve ever seen. The only bad thing was that when we came to see them they were playing around but they were deeply sleeping during our entire visit. It´s just so hard to catch ...
... of it. Young girls of various ages and older women sat on porches next to their handcrafts while others, engaged in their daily activities such as weaving. They all wore colorful outfits with headdresses giving them the distinctive tribe appearance.
Same as with the previous young girl I met when entering the tribe, these young girls could speak a few words ...
Other places to stay in Lamphun
204/10 Charmmathewi Road,Naimuang, Lamphun | Hotelfrom $27