The Forest Resort & Spa
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... right. We really love Chiang Mai !!!
Our first few days were spent exploring. For Valentine's Day we treated ourselves to amazing massages that left us feeling so relaxed, then we shared some Italian cream cake from a place called 'Better than Butter'.....yum!! In the evening they had a whole big fireworks show for Valentine's Day!!
We had a second soirée with the Croatian girls and we ...
... couple of months, others are retired or working here. It's full of culture, but also progressive and accepting as most university towns are. Monks robed in orange wander the streets amongst the locals and tourists, chanting spills out of temples on every corner and street markets are everywhere, but so are new school coffee shops, spas and boutiques. We loved our 6 nights here. Arrived just in time for the Sunday Market. We haven't seen many markets yet for comparison, but in addition ...
... the village. Not only was the ride a whole new, exciting experience but the view and terrain was beautiful as well. You can't ask for much more! The ride was longer than I expected, probably close to 20 minutes. I didn't want it to end.
As soon as we got off the elephant ride it was time for the ox cart ride. There were a few stands that some of the people from the village had as we walked to the ...
... and I were a bit shocked to see that we had to bike down a very steep rocky path that lead to a river with one single plank of wood that we had to cross. With a bit of a stumble we made it. The Karen village was interesting, we were told that they grew their own veg to sell at the local town and money was very low. However, they did own a very nice brand new 4x4 which was a bit strange. We bought some bracelts and enjoyed more off roading. We even had a ...
... hungover Australian who smelt like ****.
Got into Bangkok airport (which is pretty average, especially compared to Bali's) and found some food. Took a while to get used to the prices, and work out how much is actually costs. You basically get $25 baht in $1 NZ.
OMG it's Leish and Emma!
We caught up with our two travel buddies at Bangkok. So good to see them both. After their world adventure it will be awesome ...