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... raw food, 80/10/10 etc, so the dinner conversation subject was pretty obvious! :D
At the bonfire we all exchanged the addresses, FB details and I went to the hut for the last damn cold night!
Oh! Forgot to mention the best thing. The next day there were not only us who were leaving, there were total 14 people who decided to go to Chiang Mai on the very same day!!! Only 4 people were supposed to stay on the farm which was pretty ...
... they suffered whilst logging, giving trekking rides or begging on the streets. We learned all about the park's founder, Lek, who on one occasion slept every night with a frightened and aggressive male elephant called Hope to try and gain his trust after he initially attacked her resulting in two cracked ribs. After three months he finally learned to accept her. Arriving at the park, we were given a few safety rules and then we were taught how to feed the ...
... we waited for the van to pick us up. We waited... and waited... and it finally showed up nearly an hour late! Oh well, we didn't mind too much. We got into the songtew (we didn't have the van promised) and made our way to a local market where we see the ingredients which we would need to buy if making the dishes at home (the farm where we took our course grows all of their own organic produce, herbs and spices). We met up with a lot more people and finally a van showed up. ...
Today we went to visit my moms ranch which was about 45mins away from Lamphun. We saw the land she had and visited the people taking care of it. We were there for a little over and hour and then left for lunch. Since we still had free time I asked my family if we could go visit my friends resort that he is starting up. It was a little over an hour away in Doi Saket, and we ended up having a little trouble finding it. Otherwise, it was a very nice setup he is doing to his ...
... Thailand hundreds of years ago, so there's loads of ruins and old temples to see. I'll slowly make my way back to Bangkok (15th Nov) and then head to Cambodia about the 20th!
I've only uploaded a few photos to this as it takes a while, but you can see the full Chiang Mai album by clicking on the link to facebook below (anyone can see them - you don't need a facebook account)
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Other places to stay in Lamphun
204/10 Charmmathewi Road, Tumbol Naimuang, Lamphun | Hotelfrom $26