The Forest Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... large platters at low tables while you sit on mats on the floor, but they made an exception for us because we told them we would not be able to get back up again. We sat at a table and two other woman were seated at the table from Camperdown who travel together when the husbands don't want to go. First time in Thialand and have enjoyed every bit of their journey, it was good to talk to them about their ...
... and even a few more exciting dishes! Matt tried the sea bass cheek and ordered a beef dish with massaman that was fantastic. Overall, everyone really enjoyed everything!! We then headed back to the night bazaar to finish our shopping! Good thing there aren't the same baggage weight restrictions on our next ...
... practice. We have our own recipe books to remind us of the process.
This piece on food will not be complete if I do not include my most favorite food in Thailand, the mind-blogging diversity and excellent quality of fruits. Fruits are sold in stalls in most main streets of Chiang Mai and at the night market. Our favorite place to purchase fruits and flowers is at Warorot Market where a dizzying array of vendors beckon and ...
... all about each elephant, their background and characters. Each elephant has a dedicated mahout who's with them throughout the day just to generally keep an eye on them and make sure they don't wander anywhere they shouldn't (but without the use of weapons!). One of my faves was Cham-Ping who was so gentle, but had segregated herself from the other elephants, and weirdly only liked the company of the rescue dogs (see photo!). Another two elephants who stick out in my mind are ...
... 1230 and 1300. The mini bus arrived at 1315. We were the last pick up before heading to the base of FG. In the van were three other occupants a newly married Chinese couple on a short break and a young German Flight attendant. The journey was slow exiting the city traffic onto motorway and then a climb into the mountains on road that became narrow and twisty.
At the FG office we ...