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he then showed us two bottles of Cobra Scorpion snake whiskie. The men were fascinated. The women not so much.
Our guide was very humorous, a bit hard to understand at times. Had a very enjoyable trip.
got a Red truck to bring us home and they work very well as long as they know where they are going. We drove around and saw a whole lot of Chiang Mai before stopping him and flagging down a tuk tuk! He brought us right to the hotel.
... to continue south. The journey to Pai was so windy and bumpy it was akin to a tarmac rollercoaster in a minivan and I can now vouch for the fact that this is not a recommended activity for someone with a dodgy back...this was a seriously awful journey that most people felt sick at least one time during. The scenery was amazing though, and the road would be incredible in a lightweight sports car (these thoughts didn't help at the time...).
We checked into the Chang Pai ...
... When we got back we went to a cute cafe called Tanita's before heading to one of many "spa" places. We started off with the fish tanks before getting a pedicure, a relaxing time after our long bike ride. You put your feet in and the fish nibble off the dead skin on your feet. Looking back, it was probably unethical because they most likely starve the fish so they jump at the chance to nibble at your feet. I hated it, it tickled and was kind ...
Next it was a bumpy, curvy ride in the van to Mae Kam Pong village up the mountain side. The roads were so steep and there were points in the trip when I wondered if the van would make it up with all of us. When we arrived at the village, we were met by our “cun may” or house mother by the temple. Our mother greeted us with a smile and led us to her home which we had to hike to on a mostly paved road uphill. She does not ...
Being at the hospital today was an experience and a half, although, it doesn't feel like it was. I saw a lot of surgeries-two breast biopsies, a knee surgery, a C-section, an eye surgery and a thyroidectomy. Now, I only saw parts of most of these. When I saw the way they did the surgeries, many things surprised and intrigued me. For instance, when they were doing a knee surgery, they had the knee bent. Then they just pulled ...