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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... 4 pounds) between 10 of them; they were delighted, they actually cheered!! They happily posed and smiled for photos.
We moved to the next tribe where we were greeted by a very nice young lady who spoke really good English. I mentioned her skirt was pretty and she told me that she had made it, it had taken her two years! Again bought a few items and took some photos. The buying goods from people was a great way to then get photos but we ...
... school group. Fun! Got back just before 6.30pm and in need of a lie down. Settled up - B1000 each good value for our day out. Strolled to Eat Sleep to share a club sandwich and have a mixed fruit smoothie - nice and thick with blueberry,strawberry and raspberry sitting on top alongside a leaf of mint. Brownie takeout to share once home. Picked up a couple of beers on the way bag and fussed the vocal white cat in the shop. Saw the man from reception on our way out and ...
... the other by accident
thinking he was a wild boar and then the other brother fell and broke his back
and 2 years later committed suicide from being disabled.
Lunch was okay, I just really come to the conclusion I do
not like Thai food. The end. At least there was fresh pineapple.
The point of coming to the village was to use the community
assessment tool and find more about the village and their health. So throughout
the day we talked ...
... Just when I thought the roads could not get any narrower they did. Eventually we ended up on a single track concrete path which led us to the top of the hill where the Choui Fong tasting room was located. We began to wind our way up thinking we must be the only fools driving this road then boom, here come 2 cars and a truck. We were forced to move so close to the steep edge that I must admit a few unsettled nerves crept in. Thank God once they passed we didn’t see ...
... conversation with him.
After being refreshed, I started a nice walk to explore the area. A pleasant surprise was that it was cooler here than in Chiang Mai, which was a nice change. Chiang Rai is also a rather compact city, and after finding the fresh food market I settled down for a quick drink in a cafe, and met a couple from Wales to share some advise and stories.
Not having a map, I just followed a road to a beautiful temple, and thought the road looks ...