Huarn Jana Boutique Resort
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All is well with us. Our flights went by fairly smoothly and our layover was as bad as we imagined (including gross food, loud announcements and very uncomfortable chairs!). But thankfully we will not have to go back through KL. We are now in a restaurant called The Garden in Chiang Mai, taking advantage of free wifi. The resort that Chantal booked …
The train pulled into Chiang Mai station at just gone five in the morning. After nearly seventeen ours on board we'd finally got there, and just an hour behind schedule. We'd arranged for the hostel owner to pick us up although after some miscommunication there's been some confusion regarding what train we were on. She kindly reimbursed us for our taxi when we arrived at the Libra Guesthouse, located in the Old Town of Chiang Mai. This was the first sign that we'd had ...
... remotely from Cape Town
which remain unresolved don’t get me in a good mood. Communications are still
problematical despite the high tech world we are supposed to live in. I worked
all day, then packed my cases ready, so I can unwind a bit tonight; not too
much though as I must travel tomorrow.
Two Singha beers and a plate of Pad Thai with new friends
on the roadside then one for the road in Hollywood and I was off to my ...
... Loy Krathong is a very special and exceptionally beautiful holiday celebrating the water spirits, Buddha, the releasing of one’s negative thoughts, merit making, and dreams for the future. Loy Krathong itself is the tradition of creating small candle-lit floats out of banana stalk and leaves, or bread, to send down the river in honor of the water goddess, and to carry away one’s negative thoughts and bad luck. In the north, it is accompanied by Yee Peng ...
... made it a point of going there afterwards.
You’ll be happy to know that the clockwise path taken earlier on upon arriving eventually led us “to the whole reason of me being here today”! I was finally at the entrance gate of the “Karen Hilltop Tribe” better known for its “long-neck women”!
Monique :-) ...
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