Green Lake Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... by chicken - she listed symptoms and they matched. Bugger. It was the 2 bowls of soup, with the unidentifiable meat bits in it, on Friday. She told us what (in our medical bag that she'd stocked) to take and what to eat and drink. We stopped at Burger King for a small fries and a Sprite (130 Baht - £2.30! Rip off) and then headed back to the guest house. We stopped off at a 7/11 to stock up on loo rolls, water and some beer for Edd first as we knew it was going to be a long ...
... city to a jungle where I would get to swing from the trees.
Upon arrival, I quickly realized I was in the minority being the only one who spoke english as their first language. The majority of our 22 person group were middle aged Chinese tourists outside of a young German couple, which made for both an annoying and hilarious trip. To start things off, I was put in shotgun on our first car ride up to the top of the trees 100% because I was a ...
... to music, watching shows on Dave's phone and playing spot the wat, the 12 hour journey was finally over. It was night time, we had no accommodation booked and no idea where to go so we went against what we normally do and got a taxi. The driver said he could drop us at a cheap guesthouse. It was fine for a night but we found it was far away from anything so we wouldn't stay longer. We went and got some dinner and headed back. It was my mum's birthday so I had a nice ...
... part of the old town. The old town is bounded by a square moat and remnants of a medieval style wall built 700 years ago to protect the city from Burmese invaders. While the room itself was okay, the bathroom in this guesthouse was particularly undesirable. The smell of raw sewage permeated the air, the shower was a light mist of lukewarm water that sprayed the toilet, sink and all over the floor as there was no room for a shower enclosure. We wanted to spend more time in Chiang ...
Today we got up early so that we could accomplish everything in the schedule. We ate breakfast at 7 am and left for the Thai massage parlor at 7:30 am. Apparently there was miscommunication because although we had arrived and were ready for massages those that were going to teach us were not. So, we had to wait for everyone to arrive and get set up for our session. The Thai ladies demonstrated a massage position for the student and then the student would perform that massage on ...