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... this one has by far been the most incredible one. I read about this online and wasn't sure if I would be able to see it since it was so badly damaged by an earthquake in 2014. It's all made out of concrete and glass and the workmanship on it is bar-done the best by far. We arrived in the morning to get our rooms keys and check-in. Once we checked-in we had some downtime to go have some lunch and buy some gifts for the kids when we visit the hill tribes villages. ...
Today, we visited the Princess Mother's garden. It was so beautiful! We learned all about what she did for the Hill People who were selling Opium and using up their natural resources, how she turned it all around and gave them a chance at a new life.
The children now have educational opportunities and the land is renewed. The people should be fully independent from governmental support in 2017.
Additionally, they are not ...
... Her face resonated kindness. It brought a smile to my face. I also met an Australian man there who had lived in Los Angeles for some twenty five years because he worked in the film industry. He was taking a break, though, and traveling throughout south east Asia. We walked back to where the guesthouse was, turning down an alleyway before reaching it to find a lot of vendors set up. I bought some traditional Thai pants and met up with the guys. We sat ...
... this twinkle light riverside cafe. We were dotted on from the moment we arrived till we were kindly told it was time to go, having not realized they were closed and we were the last ones there. teehee. Linton spoiled us both with wine, which my god tasted oh so good, and then a delicious three course meal. The food, the wine, the setting made for a pretty special first night in Chiang Rai and set the standard for this four day flash packing extravaganza. ...
After a uncomfortable and sweaty ride from mae hong son to chiang mai, involving 2 buses and some very dodgy driving we made it to chiang mai (again). We wanted to get to chiang rai that night so we booked a bus for 6, but we were told there are only VIP bus spaces left for an extra 50p so we booked it! The bus was amazing... The seats were massive, there was air con, we got complimentary snacks and water and it ...