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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... In the Czech Republic it used to be USD 50 and now they charge USD 120! We paid BHT 2,500 for the express visa (single entry). In total it was BHT 2,700 per person! Considering the fact that we´ll spend in Vietnam only one week it´s quite painful :(
In the afternoon we drove to Mae Rim where the infamous Tiger Kingdom can be found. It wasn´t so far from Chiang Mai but it felt much further with all the traffic. The estimated distance could be around 15 kilometers. ...
... we reached the market. So drenched that it didn't even make any difference when a man poked the sheet covering his stall to make all the water on top gush down on top of me. It was as if I'd had a bucket of water tipped over my head. The rain was too heavy to be able to shop so we searched the streets for somewhere undercover to eat. Finally, we found somewhere to sit that was undercover with stalls to ...
... they were locked behind 2 sets of bars. In the evening we headed to the night markets, where I bought loads of stuff for home, bejewelled cushion covers and jewellery. There was so much in the markets, a lot of handmade and crafty items, however, the thing that most caught Russell's was a taser gun! An actual live 40'000 volts taser gun, yours to take for only 2500 baht! So that was day 1 in chiang mai, ...
... in the opposite direction.
While walking we stumbled upon a street full of bars that had beautiful Thai women sitting outside trying to usher us in. Poor Matt had Thai Belly, was traumatised by the return of the fundamentalists, and was asked if he wanted a massage and a licky licky from one of the girls!
After about 2 hours, we finally got our bearings and headed back to the hotel, giving up on the idea of a night out!
... from Malaysia. Many open air
restaurants, serving big family tables, were offering mouth-watering fish and
seafood dishes, curries and other Asian delights. Malaysia embraces all
cultures but food mainly consists of Chinese, Indian and Malay cooking. So if
you like spicy aromatic freshly cooked food you will be in seventh heaven.
These are the places the locals frequent; basic and unpretentious but the food
is divinely aromatic and moreish. ...