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... As beautiful as temples are, you can see too many of them and they all start to blur into one. The bus slows for us to jump off near the temple (bringing the bus to a complete stop for passengers is not considered essential in this part of the world). As I bravely leapt from the bus, I misjudged the height of the roof and in full flight smacked my head and just kept my footing on the ground. Smooth, Rizzuto, real smooth. ...
... 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 ...
So after a very comfy nights sleep we headed to the White temple - we managed to get a cab driver to drive us there (40 mins). wait for us for an hour, and drive us back for abless than 1 pound each - result!
The temple itself is absolutely stunning (see pics). It is huge and white and beautiful, with hands and arms shooting up from the floor. I was in love!
Huge Recommendation for a trip for those travelling around Chiang Mai!
... as our trough! We ate a feast of egg, veg, rice, noodles, pineapple and tea (which Chai picked on route). It was really delicious and was fantastic to cook as they do in the hill tribe villages! Refuelled, we continued on with our trek through more beautiful countryside and past farms of pineapples, passion fruit and lychee. We came to another couple of villages, the latter being much larger and more developed than the others with a few permanent structures. Here ...
... which puts the population at a greater risk for developing kidney stones. I looked at the x-ray from the patient, and the entire bottom third of the left kidney was one big stone! I found out later that the patient had come in because of some heart pain, and they discovered the calculi in some of the screening exams. Apparently the patient had hardly felt anything at all, so they didn't think it was a big deal. I can see why the doctor said the main problem with Thai people is ...