Bossotel Chiang Mai
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Very nice. Clean and spacious, with comfortable beds.
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... she messaged me telling me she was getting a foot massage whilst eating spring rolls. Perhaps I need to treat myself to a spa day like that! I don't really know what it was about today, but I was feeling much more... "me". I reckon I've still got a fair way to go, but I was feeling quite good about myself and even considered doing some writing again. After I had finished my work and Becky had got back we decided to go out in search of food. We both came up with a handful ...
... pulling my whole body weight up a wire in the jungle is a slightly unusual activity for a relatively unfit body to cope with) so we opted for a gentle day's sightseeing to avoid anything strenuous.
One place stuck out as unmissable in all the places we read up on in Chiang Rai: Wat Rong Khun aka the White Temple. This is a contemporary, out of town complex which is still being constructed but it needs to be seen to be believed- it was a fairly ordinary ancient temple but ...
... and I began walking through the market stalls. The area I started in was apparently the pet section (I was hoping it was not actually a food section, but I think that is more of a thing in China). There were some very loud birds and parrots, hamsters, cute tiny puppies, many many fish tanks and corals for sale, and some ferret gerbil looking things. These same stalls repeated themselves over and over again, for such a long time. I could not ...
... and was exploiting the kid in a classic routine in order to get money. That occurs a lot around here. After the marketplace, we went back to Khao San road, backpacker's central, and wandered around and ate. It felt like an eventful day. At one point during the evening, I was almost held hostage by a vendor who insisted on showing me ALL of the magic tricks he could do in the hopes that I would purchase the trick-tools he was selling to do them myself. I actually was pretty ...
I woke up quite stiff from all that walking the day before. There was only one thing for it…more walking. Five fried eggs for breakfast set me up nicely for the morning's exploration. I left early and hopped on a river ferry and toot it all the way to the most southern pier.
This area of Bangkok was dominated by huge, modern hotels and apartments. There is so much money in this ...