Kaomai Lanna Resort
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... nice filled a hole. I woke up around 6am to see rolling countryside and distant mountains beautiful view, we must be close! I got dropped out of the bus agency shop just opposite a restaurant advertising a Sunday roast buffet wow! If there is one food I miss when I am away it is home made roasts and especially my nans home cooked food it is the best! I was told I need to walk 10/15mins to the old part. I reclined the offers from tuk tuk drivers as I was glad ...
... melts in with a sound that is a much bigger whole than five-fifths.
The music is complex, the subtleties often surprising. The big end is almost a whimper, but all the more for that. Less is more, much more. I wondered where these five Thai youngsters learned to play like that. How they had acquired the souls of older men.
The Brit-brats shout their way through the set taking selfies. They leave half way through. No ...
... the tears welling in my eyes, as this is it. It is no longer a crazy stories people are envious of, this is now my reality.
Getting out of the car, Isla is in hysterics over the fact that I am leaving (or at least that's how I'm going to remember the story, not just that she wanted to get out of the car, those tears were for me). Her reaction to my departure was also a bit of a blessing in disguise, I couldn't have a long emotional drawn out farewell with Bek, because there ...
... gate you will see a line of them parked up all marked up Doi Suthep. Its a fixed price of 50b each way and they will wait there for you for 1.5 to 2 hours. You can also go to the zoo and the hill tribes from there. Its the cheapest way of getting there. The only downside is they have to wait until they have 10 people before leaving. If they cant get 10 people then they will ask people to pay extra which is still worth it I think. You do have to pay before ...
... We were entertained by the chiang mai cowboys. Thai men dressed head to toe in cowboy gear along with banjos and violins belting out some good old country songs.
After our little breather we continued spending yet more money and spectulating whether to buy bigger bags for all our new additions!
So we had a rather fun filled day; lets see what tomorrow brings ;)