Krisdadoi Chiang Mai
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... afternoon people watching. In the evening we went to Madam's Thai Cookery School. The 3 of us learnt to make 4 different dishes each, our favourites being papaya salad, pad thai and tom yum soup. Madam was a really sweet lady who made our class really enjoyable and the food really simple to make. We are looking forward to cooking (or attempting to cook!) the recipes when we get home! The next day we embarked on a 2 day Karen Hilltribe trek ...
... helping the efforts in Chiang Mai to preserve the elephants. It was just a remarkable day, cutting our own sugar canes with machetes and feeding them to the elephants. Bathing with them in the river as they tried to shoot water at us from their trunks! The youngest elephant Bang Bang even took a shine to Sarah Lou and kept creeping up on her and kissing her face with his giant trunk! We'll never forget our day here! The following day was Hogmanay. We spent the ...
... few weeks - cheese! There was so much to choose from it was wonderful. I ended up choosing an Australia brand Bega which wasn't exactly the cheapest brand but it was worth it as the cheaper brands (from other countries) would taste as cheap as the price. Also within the supermarket I found my shampoo and conditioner brand Herbal Essences which I haven't seen since Malaysia but didn't need any then - now I did so I bought the bottles. After finishing up at Tops I headed outside ...
... for them because of the cheapness and quality of the gold. A tall order, made taller by giving us $60 (Aussie) to complete the purchase. After entering a jewellers and being quoted 5500 baht ($200A) we began to wonder about the reality of the task. We have since found out that Thai's don't deal in anything under 22-23 carat, which is apparently about 93% pure (Western Countries about 67%). They also measure their gold by the Baht (not to ...
... on guard around her. Another endearing story from the documentary was about the young ‘Hope’, who was born in 2000 and rescued by Lek in 2002, after having been orphaned. His mother had been a trekking elephant but had died due to illness when Hope was very young, leaving him weak and helpless. Without Lek’s help and determination, Hope would not have been able to lead a normal happy life with a new family of elephants beside him. Awwwwwwwwwww. ...