Imm Hotel Thaphae Chiang Mai
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... driving, it reminds me of Calgary where there is several driving styles. There are not as many styles here, but there are two extremes; super slow or super fast. Anyways, we nearly gave up, but we did manage to find the temple. Unfortunately we arrived a bit late, so walking up 1200ish steps to see a temple with a pitch black view with cut up feet was not going to happen. To finish the day off we went to the night market to try some Thai food and walk around.
Railay Beach- ...
... on self-love more. I had far too much self-doubt and despite the fact that we would try, it may have felt to him that it was never enough. I gave back what I had, but I required more to be given to me. If love is like a vessel, only when it is full can the spillage be given to someone else. Otherwise anything I was given would be given back, and eventually there is nothing left over for me, and I can no longer give what I don't have. I also know that I am ready. Really ready ...
... were done with trekking the elephants needed to be bathed again. This time it was our task. The agency talks about “swimming with elephants in a natural pool” which is quite ridiculous because the only thing you manage to see is nasty stagnant water next to the washroom that is full of elephant´s and human ****. Nobody obviously wanted to jump into the water but I felt we should reward the elephants for the hard work. We threw buckets filled with water on their ...
... Do I feel guilty about paying six pounds for good quality clothes that should have cost fifteen? Ummmm slightly. Moneys money though. Those markets are hard work though if you're on a budget. For a tourist on a two week holiday its ace, for me... Its a minefield of ahit I want to but that I really don't need. Like oooooh look at that amazing wall hanging, I need it! No, I don't. Temples start to look the same, its a pretty building with a huge gold Buddha, in whatever array ...
... set platter, and I enjoyed fresh crab in a hot curry sauce
with rice. I had two beers, Matt had four mocktails, and our meals, and it
still only came to 20 pounds with tip ($35)!
Following dinner we enjoyed a small night
cap before calling it in for the night. Lindsay and Chris have really turned us
on to the idea of going to either Cambodia or Laos for our next adventure. They
said it is far less touristy than Thailand has been.