Krisdadoi Chiang Mai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... focus on just one thing – the pain, and not at all the myriad of things normally floating around our minds at any one time.
Finally by about Day 13, when I was still retaining all of that fluid, I decided that the physical risk was not what I could accept. I was just going to give it a couple more days, modifying my sitting a little on my own to see if I could get this situation under control.
I did this and it did help somewhat, but by now I was ...
... Avenue which looked newly built. Guy singing and playing guitar when we arrived. Dinner was like pad Thai with cheese melted on top-tasty.Washed down with Singha beer. Walked through the still very busy temples. Found the big wheel and carousel , both well lit with colourful lights. Lots of shopping , eating , fortune telling , young children on stage dancing , goat feeding, etc. Once we'd had enough of the crowds, headed home to a cold Chang then ...
... shameful for them to allow that.
All in all, this was an incredible day. Our time at the restaurant was an experience I will look back on for years to come with fondness and envy. I will be envious of my 21 year old self that had the chance to sit on a little pillow in Thailand, dressed in beautiful clothes, surrounded by fascinating people, tasting delicious food, surrounded by a culture that displays dignity and humility and strength and honor in countless ways. ...
... and Thai writing.
We pass Maya, a large, striking, modern shopping centre that epitomises the new affluence and changing face of Thailand, and Chiang Mai in particular. In true Thai fashion, the glitz of the Maya shopping centre is immediately contrasted by the roads and pavements that surround it. The power cables strewn everywhere, and sometimes barely above head height, cars and scooters following their own rules of the road, ...
... drop to our left. The path was littered with tree roots which were easily maneuvered by our 5 foot nothing Thai guide who seemed to effortlessly bounce along the trail, quiet the opposite to the 6 foot 4 westerner who was trying to follow. The trail was around 2km long, before we reached an opening and were given sticky bamboo rice for a snack before heading towards a waterfall where we would settle down to have lunch.
The waterfall was impressive and cascaded over the ...