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... planet, a lovely bakery called BaanChivitMai where we had some lunch that wasn't noodles. We then spent the rest of the afternoon at our very nice hotel pool, and then headed to the night bazaar where there were some very odd Thai dancers. The next day we did a very touristy sightseeing tour guide with a fabulous Taylor swift fan tour guide and a slightly pervy driver who was very nice but a bit strange. We immediately ...
... doctor’s advice. Then, I just showed him the prescription I got the first time (I thought there would be a record but seemed not) and then said I need something stronger. Another difference is the first doctor explained much more, and wrote a referral appointment letter for me to see a skin specialist if the medicine didn’t work well.
- It took me around an hour to finish the ...
... teas from the local shop.
In the evening we met up with our friend Simon, who happens to also be in Chiang Mai at the moment. We headed to the Sunday Night Market – we were lucky to be here on the weekend and experience evening markets both days. The Sunday version was huge! We spent well over an hour just walking the length of it, stopping periodically to fill our bellies on the wonderful street food. Between the two of us we ...
... market for dinner, we had a cook your own beef hot pot. It was pretty good and a lot of it for £2.40!! It's nice how they have it set out here, there are a bunch of food stalls either side of a food court that has loads of metal chairs and tables in. Live music (rubbish, but it's okay to have in the back ground) they'd be pretty screwed if it rained, none of them would have any business then! Unless there is a huge marquee that magically appears for rainy ...
... were barely discernible whether they were for dining, sleeping, bathing or cooking was not readily apparent. We took many pictures and there were many Chinese tourists at this location. The next stop was the White Temple. Wat Rong Khun is a unique temple that stands out through the white colour and the use of pieces of glass in the plaster, sparkling in the sun. The white color signifies the purity of the Buddha, while the glass symbolizes the ...