Hotel White House
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel White House Chiang Rai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... offered and slept some more.
Friday morning I woke up feeling a lot better. Which was good because we were riding to Chiang Rai. Our driver was anxious for us to make a lot of stops on the way but we were all still tired and I was still not feeling completely over whatever had hit me the day before. So we told him no a lot. It was funny but he would hear all the girls saying no but he would insist on me answering for the group. I would have to say ...
... big way, which began to conflict with my need to eat all of the delicious food presented before me. Even in the airport, as I walked by white lit shops with pictures of skinny women wearing expensive bags and clothing I had a realization as to how stupid the entire industry and lifestyle is, and how destructive it is to women like me. Anyway, Bali wasn't exactly everything I expected, but it was certainly an experience. I realize now that one week is barely ...
... what better way to spend this than looking at three countries in one glance.
When you get there, you have to walk a little. Along the way you will seen sculptures of elephants and the big buddha. You have to walk further up and you will see the golden triangle gate. The view from that point is not too great but if you continue walking you will see the proper triangle. The land your stood on is Thailand, the land ...
... would not open and I thought about yelling for help but then I realized
no one speaks ENGLISH! Haha our instructor ended up hearing me and came to
help. Quick got ready and headed for breakfast at 7:30. The home stay mother
knows by now that her American guest like American food for breakfast which was
eggs and toast, the eggs were done a little too much, but I at least showed
respect and ate one. Then there was sticky rice and fresh honey right from the
... conversation with him.
After being refreshed, I started a nice walk to explore the area. A pleasant surprise was that it was cooler here than in Chiang Mai, which was a nice change. Chiang Rai is also a rather compact city, and after finding the fresh food market I settled down for a quick drink in a cafe, and met a couple from Wales to share some advise and stories.
Not having a map, I just followed a road to a beautiful temple, and thought the road looks ...