Kantary Hills, Chiang Mai
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This morning I awoke to find the city of Chiangmai drenched in rain. A lazy morning called for a yummy breakfast, so I ventured next door (I didn't want to get wet :-) ) to the quaint cafe to have bacon and eggs and coffee. With a Skype call, it was great to hear mum's voice and soon Rachel joined me for breakfast. Today was all about fun and indulgence. Rachel and I tested out our adventuring skills and flagged down a songtaew to go to Maya shopping centre. ...
... just one or other taking the band by the hand down a new path... and in the case of the wildly enthusiastic keyboard player, running off ahead as he coaxed the chords out of his keyboard.
The sax player sits at the back in the shadows till it's his turn... to play the sweetest, gentlest sounds, subtle riffs that lead but don't dominate. No crash bangs from the drummer, who seems to be hitting everything all at once, but ...
... they will talk with you, but they would rather talk to someone in their age group. I guess, perhaps its the same with all of us, isn't it? For example, I went to watch the Muay Thai boxing event tonight with Dani and David. Dani is great to talk to, one on one. But she got along fabulously with David, and I was almost like a third wheel. Honestly, I would have rather gone alone. Its just awkward this way. I think this is going to be ...
Driving to the airport in Perth, I think has been the hardest part so far. Sitting in the back seat next to Isla and Grace sleeping, with the overwhelming fear of what I'm about to do. I have been so good so far, at not thinking about what's ahead, about this crazy ridiculous trip that I have concocted for myself. That in a matter of mere minutes, I am about to be alone, with nothing but uncertainly of what's to come. Bek asked me how I was feeling, and for the first time, I have to ...
... and an extra night at the hostel.
After we were well and truly rested we headed to the sunday market about 25min walk away. And OMG i have never seen a market as big in my life. Originally stretching along one long road it had now grown along every side street and across the roads. Safe to say we could not get round it all.
We stopped in the centre of the market for a drink at a restaurant with ...