Eurasia Chiang Mai Hotel
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... and approachability. To prevent "wat burnout", we picked out the top 5 of interest to us. Each had something different to offer but all were stunning. Afterwards we picked up some supplies at the local supermarket and came back to the hotel to have a late lunch by the pool (which we had all to ourselves for the afternoon). Supper at the Riverside Restaurant (thai food) in a lovely setting, then off to ...
... us a let loose an ungodly amount of what I presume to be liquid faeces, which did a good job in putting us off our thai green curry. For our night time entertainment we had our guides. All day they had been puffing on a big bamboo bong and they didn't calm down tonight. One of the guides, Tai, was very good at making puzzles for us to solve; myself and a Canadian called Joby must have spent 2 hours trying to solve this one before being shown ...
... they brought around sheets as the cushion we were supposedly meant to sleep on had some questionable stains. Yummy. It was also very ott with the air con. Actually felt cold for the first time this trip. We arose bright and early with little sleep and rolled into Chiang Mai station. The taxis are very strange here, a little bit like a safari jeep crossed with a pick up truck. We got the the Hug Hostel which ...
... and the modern way of life. It's a big city but doesn't feel like one.Here are some photos of what our last few weeks in Chiang Mai looked like.
We visited some temples. There are temples on practically every corner in the old city of Chiang Mai. We didn't visit them all, but we saw many of them (admittedly we often used the temples as relief from the way too ...
... poor guy needed help, just like we desperately did. He pulled over to the side of the road multiple times to question other proprietors, but no such luck. Finally, by chance we crossed paths with a much older gentleman and who I imagined to be his grandchild, that were just in front of their yard. Miraculously, this man knew exactly where we wanted to go! About ten minutes later, we pulled over to the side of the road, and our driver just pointed to a ...