Green Lake Resort
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... the iPad is yet to fire up. Think that I will purchase a local data card in Chiang Mai to solve my problem and cater for my addiction to digital technology. Cancel that. We are at the resort in the Chiang Mai Provence and have the one phone working (mine) and free wifi - so all good. We packed and booked out by 9am and jumped in the courtesy bus back to the international airport. We were directed to the domestic checkin - can't work that one out! More on this ...
So, today was another day of taking it easy, at least so far. I read yesterday's entry, and my english is unforgivably bad. Someone had once subtly suggested that I should read it at least once before posting it, and I think I will take their advice now. Its just that its hard enough to write everyday after a long day. I got out of the hostel by 10 am, and it almost felt like I have come to a new place. I don't know anyone in the hostel ...
... our new friend and house owner,, marie. she is amazing. i am by myself now, having worn most folks out. david went with his friends to a bbq spot. Marie is playing games on her computer and Nana is walking the cutest 5 yr old pomeranian around the city right now. i took a shower at 5. ed is finally doing the same. "He's Gone" amsterdam 1972 is playing. Prior to this ...
... these seemed to tell a story of how the monks lived) made for some stunning photographs. As did the view of Chiang Mai from the top of the hill. Our taxi driver was very adament that we had only an hour and a half to see the temple so once we had taken in the sights we proceeded back down the steps. She also was trying to marry her young son off to one of us which was quite strange. We squeezed back into the taxi and left (Steve and his Bond girls ...
... thought heavy mint with a tang. Wikipedia says Betel is a member of the pepper family, and can be "...an addictive psycho-stimulating and euphoria-inducing formulation with adverse health effects." We stopped in the travel agency to say good-bye to our buddy, told him we'd adopted his brother so he is our son too. That is because Nes asked if he could call us Mother and Father as that is the Thai way. I guess calling elders Sue and Ed is just too much. He ...