The Legend Chiang Rai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to visit, and getting advise about Vietnam. I even got a late snack, as someone brought back some black sticky rice cakes filled with coconut. As usual, it went down well with a beer.
After two late arrivals joined us I was actually considering hiring a scooter for the day to explore the area - though I was still unsure as I have no license, and the traffic still looked busy in Chiang Rai. Besides, just at the start of my holiday I didn't want to take any risk or loosing ...
... could see it the distance looking pure white. When we got close, it was so incredible, it looked like something from a fairytale. The art work was amazingly detailed. It was by far the best temple that we have seen so far on our travels. After the temple, we headed back onto the main road to wait for the bus. While waiting on the bus stop, we started talking to a girl who had just came from living in Melbourne. We ...
... choice from one of the vendors. Instead we actually got 6 prawns with red and black oozy **** shoved between there legs. I'm pretty sure there was a breakdown of commutation somewhere but they were the most disgusting things I've ever tasted. I settled for a cornetto as compensation. Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. Saturday 16th This morning we rented a scooter so that we could explore the white temple (Wot Rong Khun) which ...
27.3.2014 Chiang Rai, Thailand Km: 56126 Nothing special / Nichts spezielles
This time I cannot report much special. It's still hot (~ 36 degrees with high humidity), the roads charmingly but not spectacular and the towns are normal. Only the local population is more and more from the Chinese.
However, I have seen an old steam locomotive in Chiang Mai at the station. It is from the "Räthischen Bahn" and I wonder what this ...
... to find my stride and found today's walking very enjoyable. We also managed to pick up a friend along the way with a friendly dog appearing out of the jungle and proceeding to join our trek group. our guide soon told us that he recognised the dog as one of the restaurant owners at the hot springs (our final destination, but where many people also start the trek) who follows tour groups so it can get free food.We had awesome views of tea plantations and rice ...