Krisdadoi Chiang Mai
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... When we got up to the temple (finally) we ended up deciding to keep on going to the PhuPhing Palace instead. I was glad we continued on - at the very least because there is a lot more next-to-road parking AFTER the entry to the temple than before it!
I mostly wanted to go to PhuPhing Palace because Ma had made a comment back in Krabi about going to Phi Phi and PhuPhing and (pee pee and pooping) and it was just sort of hilarious so I wanted ...
... eat away from the court after seeing that though! We got a tuk tuk and headed to our hotel. As we got closer, we realized it was a good location and how nice Chiang Mai was. The streets were a lot quieter and clean. It had a smaller feel than I had expected. Then we arrived at the hotel...what a nice surprise that was! It had an enormous beautiful lobby filled with couches and art. The staff was wonderful and ready for us. Another great ...
... a he was a fan of mud and kept trying to climb up the embankment, that was fine in itself however he kept slipping back down and bumping in to us. I was convinced we were going to be taken out by a baby elephant but luckily we weren't! It got quite scary at times, I couldn't quite get my head around how a huge elephant was going to get itself and us up a pretty steep hill that was really slippy. By the time we were half way through the trek by right arm was killing me ...
... guy Justin. We all decided to go to Zoe bar! Crazy. Real backpacker spot, the place is heaving! The outrageous bracelet sellers out in full force so I got an I love mom dad. Me and the girls went to the regaee bar for a dance for a bit, whiskey shots etc! Back to Zoe! Bumped into Justin again so me and him decided to go to the rock bar! Great night was had and ended up getting a tuk tuk back with him- I think I blew it when I banged my head into his when we both went ...
... at our fourth of July picnic. Our diet is mostly chicken, rice noodles, vegetables, eggs, cereal, and fruit. When we eat lunch or dinner at a Western restaurant, our meals for 5 adults is usually no more than 2000 baht, or $60.00=$12.00 per person.
Eating Western food nearly always costs more than Thai food in restaurants. Street carts and simple, open-air restaurants will always be cheaper than eating at your hotel or in air ...