Malisa Villa Suites
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a side car. He learnt his trade back in London and were told they are easily the best chips in Chiang Mai, and we missed him by 10 minutes. After that disappointment we ended up chatting to the bar owner Faang for a while and discovered it was her birthday the next day, and she was having a little party with free food! That sorted out our plan for that evening. We then got talking to a Canadian expat who was good fun, and I got a little bit drunk. I hope I didn't make too much of a tit ...
... is great fun, as you can negotiate prices and get some good bargains). That evening we took a tuktuk to Phuket Town and went to the night market.
Next morning we were picked up and taken on a tour. We stopped high up over spectacular views, passed Kalim, Kata Beach and went through Phuket Old Town, stopped at the Big Buddah and Wat Chalong Temple. The world’s largest jewelry shop was massive; also interesting watching ...
... Justin who had absolutely zero legroom in his seat! They just don't make Asian planes for tall guys! The flight was a quick two hour plane ride. We decided to take a flight down to the island instead of taking a train to Bangkok because we had already seen Bangkok and there was nothing else around the mainland of Thailand that we wanted to see. We paid 200B to get a bus to take us down to ...
... course is cereal. I mix together homemade muesli with all-bran, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, mango and passion fruit jam, dried apple and pineapple and soy milk. Lastly, I'll have a spread of pastries - chocolate croissant, banana bread, vanilla cake etc with chocolate and hazelnut spread. That's all accompanied by guava, orange, apple or pineapple juice and peppermint tea. By then I've eaten enough for the day and mostly I'll just have a nibble here and ...
... of the loveliest people you'll find anywhere in the World.
No matter what happened after Chiang Mai, it doesn't change the fact that it is an amazing city that we loved, and we definitely wish that we had spent more time in the north. Coming back to Thailand just to explore more of that area would totally be worthwhile, and will one day be in the cards. As far as the south goes ... well, we wouldn't rule that out, either - while we may have no desire to return ...