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TripAdvisor Reviews Chiangmai Ratanakosin Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... to all school groups, living and volunteering with the elephants in Chiang Mai has been a experience that just makes me realise how good I have go it in Australia. It would be such a great educational and cultural experience. Tonight I will pack my suit cases getting ready to travel back to Phuket tomorrow and start departing home. But now I am eating the usual camp fire oven food and now I am having a early night.
... village had no electricity, squat toilets and a hose for a shower. Our beds were just mats on the floor of a hut with mosquito nets around them. We made spring rolls to be served with dinner, and they were really nice. After dinner we sat around the campfire and sang songs whilst out tour guide, Sek, played guitar. It was so much fun and so different to our culture at home. The beds were ...
... on a Friday after school. After a short drive it was immediately apparent that the remainder of our journey would be uncomfortable. Any horror stories you hear about the roads in Laos are probably going to be true. Our driver took the 45-seater bus down dirt tracks I thought even a Land Rover might struggle to negotiate. It turns out that said dirt tracks are the equivalent of a British motorway: this is as good as Laotian roads ...
... pleasant. I checked the late
emails from yesterday before breakfast and then I went off to the beach for a
walk. The sea was rough so there were only a few hardy folk out early to join
me for half an hour or so before I took a look for somewhere different to have
I found a quiet little place which is a bit bistro like
and somewhat out of character for these parts. A Cappuccino and a very fresh croissant went
... break and the girl then got back in the van at the front to try and stop her feeling sick- this didn't work! The driver got back in and an American man started yelling at him to stop smoking in the van. He just wouldn't stop yelling and I thought it was going to get serious but then the American realised he didn't even have a cigarette and apologised!!! After that weird little episode we arrived at Chiang Mai finally about 3 hours early, due to the speedy driving ...