The Forest Resort & Spa
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... massage room. I had a male massage therapist and he was excellent. It wasn’t as painful as I was expecting but don’t get me wrong there was still some points that I grimaced in pain. It felt so good afterwards. Thai massage truly is an art. They have so much knowledge not just about massage therapy but medical understanding as well. He identified my back and shoulders as a problem area and I really felt better after the massage. While we ...
... Jaa said Thai people don't floss... and if they do, they use threads. So I decided to go local (for now) and got a spool of thread. If it doesn't work, I guess I can always use it for clothes! We got back in time for the next session. Once again, team work! I ran into Tsalika who returned from getting a Thai massage. She said it hurt like hell but felt really good afterwards. While I love massages, I heard from several other girls that Thai massage leaves you ...
... for my friends and family, showing me the lower prices and offering advice. I love hanging out with them and getting to know them better. I think my favorite part of my time with them is the exchange of cultures, asking each other how things work in America or Thailand
When we got home from the umbrella factory, we rested a little bit in our rooms before dinner. Our Thai buddies were kind enough to make us dinner, even though they were very ...
... food stalls, etc. We made our way up the long street buying knick knacks here and there which took about an hour. We got back to the hotel around 11pm, so we sat on the pool recliners and looked up at the sky following the lanterns with our eyes.
At 11:30 we went to the drink bar and got festive drinks to celebrate "Almost" New Years, then at 11:45pm we walked back to the gates. We were pushed and shoved as we made our way into the crowd; it seemed like ...
... was a visit to Doi Suthep. It is a mountain near Chiang mai, with the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep near the top of the mountain. Being slightly cheap I didn't book a tour with the hostel - firstyly it was more expensive, and secondly they advised that the taxi would only wait an hour. If I want to be rushed during sightseeing, I just join one of the tours where you are put into a minibus and told what to see etc - a tourist trap and nightmare version of visiting places!!! I hailed a ...