De Naga Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Nothing to do today. I catch up on my travel notes. And I spend a few worthless hours trying to get my camera use its wi-fi to put some pictures on the internet to share. Ed figures out how to resolve the AC issue. He turns it from Super-Cool to Economy Cool, and we switch sides of the bed, so he gets more cold air and I get less. And we explore …
Cooler, my patootie! It was 101 in Chiang Mai on the day of my bike ride. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Martin picked us up at 8am in his Toyota Fortuner, the same vehicle used to pick up tour groups, so it is a generously sized car. Thank goodness we only have carry-ons and daypacks as the back was almost full. They had a big cooler to take …
Many of you know that I have a strong passion (borderline obsession) with Thailand. My love affair began in 2009 when I traveled for 3 months around Southeast Asia in-between jobs. I initially visited with my friend Gabriele as part of our itinerary to explore Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. I enjoyed our time in Thailand so much that I decided to …
... offal) - Be like Big Buddah (please cross your legs) - Klong (which, for a long time, we thought was Thai for being hammered - we later found out it was just a severe mispronunciation of the word "drunk", but not before a lot of failed jokes). - Happy-birthday-Zoe (said as one long phrase instead of using the possessive, "Zoe's birthday"). I personally realised I'd adopted Thailish when I tried to explain Christmas to my year 12 class by saying "You ...
... oversized, denim clothes. I changed into a prettier top but Sam made me laugh all day! He looked like an eminem wannabe on day release from prison! Was hilarious! So first of all we learnt how to direct our elephant, for example "melong" is is lie down, we then fed them bananas (apparently elephants have a big sweet tooth!) then we entered the muddiest place I have ever been; where the elephants are, I squelched over and we met our ...