Bossotel Chiang Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Very nice. Clean and spacious, with comfortable beds.
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... was beautiful, the locals incredibly friendly and just a really great, relaxing atmosphere, totally different to Bangkok. I'm lucky that Mark shares a very similar view on travelling as I do, whilst I think it's great to do tourist attractions, I am not one of those people who insists on seeing every possible tourist attraction in a given place. For me, exploring a place on foot and taking the time to speak to the locals, fitting in the odd attraction, gives you a much ...
Today we found out what schools we would be teaching at. As you'd expect, this initially meant very little to us. Even if I had heard of the school before, I'd most likely forgotten it because the place names are so unfamiliar. Luckily our trainer was able to tell us a little about each of the schools we'd be working at. It seems as though I will be getting a good mix of ages teaching kindergarten, Prathom (ages 6-11) and Matthayom (ages 11-18), whilst Becky will be teaching ...
... at the docks to get our barings and headed out into Chinatown. Except we never really saw much of anything Chinese looking except for a couple of minor temples and a few shops selling red lanterns. Our tourist map proves to be pretty useless too as we can't find most of the roads in our map and never come across enough of the ones on our map to triangulate our location. We walk and we walk and we walk. We never did see the post office which our bearing to ...
... the week long funeral going on down our road which did make quite a bit of noise in the day and at night with the sound of people and music. We headed to Wat Xieng Thong which is the best known monastery. On the way we looked at the buildings, went down to the river and made note of tours available as we planned to do a trek the following day. There were lots of tour groups here, mainly French and one Thai group who were all wearing yellow jumpers that looked like they were on ...
... to brace the loo an hour in, there were western & squat style toilets. I turned round to a row of mopeds watching me at the traffic lights. Then burst out laughing with my pants to my ankles. We decided to get the bed man to make up our beds early at 7.30 pm, we left at 6.10 pm from Bangkok for our 15 hour journey!!! Quickly announced I wanted the bottom bunk & thank goodness, poor Sarah on the top. ...