Chiangmai Hill 2000 Hotel
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... what we experienced. It's a real shame because up until that point, we were convinced that this country was more friendly than any we had visited. The other big event here was Elephant Nature Park. It's a sanctuary for abused and injured elephants where you can (pay to) volunteer and spend a day with the elephants. It was awesome. We got to help feed some, walked through the jungle with them (enticing with bananas which they ate by the bunch), then helped wash them in the ...
... in our second foot massage for the day - yep, on the slab/in the chair three times in one day! The owner of the sidestreet massage stall was obviously once a male, now supporting real breasts (not padded bra) and wearing women's clothing. Unsure if the nether regions had been altered but would guess that would be on the cards. Several more stops to purchase food at the stalls. Lots of seafood and satay stalls. Was impressed with the stalls where the ...
... Mai. This was my favorite part of town. It had a hipster, artsy vibe. On the streets were kiosks that have been made into trendy little bars. We had a Chiang Mai traditional drink, which is Thai whiskey (actually rum), water and soda water. Not so bad actually. It was a great night of conversation comparing and contrasting American and German living and ranting over the American healthcare system. ...
... about the people aspect of the trip. I could think of many reasons why this is so. The primary is that I am spending far more days in each place in Asia, and my days are not really as packed with sightseeing activities as they were in Turkey. Also, there was a lot of interaction with the locals in Turkey, and that is very much missing in Thailand. Another probable reason may be that its been almost a month (30 days) today that I am ...
... t know anything about the mess up. Since he had booked us a driver for today, he came to introduce us to his brother, Neslai, calls himself Nes. Because of the holiday, Nes is off work and is moonlighting as a tour leader. He looks like a 17 year old, but we find out he is 33. Like his brother he is really sweet. We go to a different paper umbrella center. Ed gets a dragon painted on his Tilly hat. I can't resist and I get a white elephant with a red ...