Eurasia Chiang Mai Hotel
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... the mountain. We also visited a Hmong Village (one of the hill tribes) and we were able to visit the University of Chiang Mai's coffee farm. The coffee was DELICIOUS by the way:) I will try to be more descriptive with the actual photos. There are simply a lot. These are highlights of our experience. there is also a day we went out to a local lake where ...
... bars in town and learnt a new variation on the ever present game of beer pong entitled 'baseball': equally daft and a great way to get any party started.
We travelled back to Chiang Mai the next day and thankfully the journey was less horrendous, mainly down to our preparation of coffee, paracetamol and Hannah's sly acquisition of the front seats of the minibus. We checked into Darets House, an ok guesthouse located centrally and popped into a nearby restaurant ...
... in Thailand only celebrate in one day but Chiang Mai is hailed as the ultimate city to celebrate Songkran because of its three day celebration track record. It was for this reason that we chose Chiang Mai - we wanted to be immersed (literally) in the spirit and festivities of celebrating this significant date in the Thai calendar. We arrived in Chiang Mai, as usual full of excitement and with great hopes that the experience will be loaded with nothing less than awesomeness. The ...
... at the same time, performing for about three hours. Here they make their money on soft drinks, water and ice as beer and spirits are so cheap. A rum is about 0.50p. In fact they have no problem if you turn up with your own bottle of whisky! Today we visited a few temples and parks and tonight we will explore other bars for research purposes. Tomorrow we fly to the beach part of our holiday - Ko ...
Edd went in search of food early as we were being collected at 8am. I stayed behind to pack our bag, as there was a list of things we needed to take with us for the day. He came back with a croissant and a coffee from the 7/11 as everything was still closed and we munched on our breakfast while we waited to be picked up.
We were collected by an overenthusiastic, young Thai guy. It turned out he had verbal diarrhoea and the hour journey to the elephant ...