Furama Chiang Mai
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... made plans to meet up. i rented a bike from the hostel and road with my new mini bike gang to dinner. the girl i invited from my room was the world's worst bike rider. had i known she never properly learned how to ride a bike, i surely wouldn't have asked her to come. she managed to smack into a side of a truck and fall off her bike not once, but twice. after dinner, we sent her home and set off for the night bazaar. of course, it's monsoon season so it didn't take long ...
One hour, some serious turbulence and lots of swearing later, we arrive in Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai. This place is the second biggest city in Thailand after Bangkok, although busy it's not on the same level as Bangkok. They are both similar when it comes to suffering from sticky, clammy and polluted air. After a quick green tea in Starbucks we headed to a guest house I have stayed at before called Vanilla Place, it's a clean and tidy place with Mr Kem ...
... t at home, such as really small aubergines. At the cooking school we passed the morning chopping, dicing and cooking. It was all very successful apart from me spending ten minutes chopping lemongrass as finely as possible, apparently it simply wasn't fine enough! Also when Lucy was cooking our curry paste that we'd ground and went to add fish sauce, she misjudged the bottle and squirted it all over me as I tried to take a photo of her cooking - thanks ...
... but some of were very active and were running and playing around.
After the tiger kingdom we went to the zoo as we found out they have pandas and koalas there and it was one of my dreams to see these animals, as well.
Chiang Mai zoo is a bit different to other zoo as I have been to, you can drive around in a car or on a motorbike or you can pay for the bus and the bus will drop off at one of the stop or you can choose the sky train to see zoo from the ...
... and loads of food
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