Chiangmai Night Bazaar Boutique Hotel
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... toilet it smelt so bad, there were cockroaches everywhere and it rocked so much I slept almost none. Safe to say this travelling business isn't all that glamorous! 15 hours later awe arrived, and god was it worth it. Chiang Mai was beautiful, a far cry from Bangkok even if it is the second largest city in Thailand. So we made our way to the hostel, which itself was awesome, clean tidy and chilled out. Just what I needed! So off we went to explore, we found a nice looking cafe ...
... the ingredients and to buy them. We thoroughly enjoyed the course, and the food we had made! They made the dishes very simple to create. We were given a certificate for completing the course and a recipe book of the dishes we had made. :). Filled to the brim, We were dropped back at our accommodation. We spent an hour or two chilling then decided to tackle the rest of the market. Again, we spend around 3/4 hours on a completely different part of ...
... against it bc of heat and pollution. It managed to renew my love for big cities, where there's always lots to see and do.
I am now in Chiang Mai, a city in northern Thailand of 250k people and 25km from the jungle. It's completely walkable with mostly low and mid rises, and I'm relieved to be in a place that feels more manageable and simple, not to mention less polluted. As soon as I arrived at my hotel at 2pm I signed up for a cooking class just 3 hours later. With a ...
I think my favourite was feeding the giraffes, it was amazing to see them up so close and to be able to hand feed them.
Went in to see the pandas, who were mostly asleep but then had a little play after we had been there a while.
We stopped a couple of times for rests, had a cold drink, but the grounds and gardens are beautiful and the views in ...
... the cliff. We walked back to the shelter by first climbing up a steep embankment then onto a road. The rest of the trek was easy going with one more steep climb down a hill to a valley where we had lunch at a rough hewn table in a thatch and bamboo shelter. We savored the steamed rice with some greens mixed in. Simple but to us, delicious. A red pickup truck took us to the site of the bamboo rafts. Six to a raft, we sat and ...