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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
Totally diggin on the vibe here. Don't get me wrong, bangkok had some amazing things to offer but chiang mai is more this gingers style (more laid back, locals seem happier, a lot of local/foreigner run businesses, prettier scenery, and you can walk just about everywhere). Checked into our hotel room (more like a small apt), unpacked and back out …
... of tin by a river. She thought it was hilarious, as did I. It was nice to spend time with a local and hear about life from their perspective. I’ve learnt lots of interesting things from her:
- Lotto is a big thing here and a lot of time is spent preparing peoples numbers including consulting mediums. She interpreted other local’s conversations about their lotto plans and how they were coming up with their numbers and how they were going to spend ...
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So that’s it for now. I just wanted to say “hello” to all of you and let you know that we are still here, alive and kicking. Little by little I’ll put out some blogs as there is still much to share, but they may be written a little differently this time. There definitely will not be the three times a week, obsessive novels I’m afraid. I'm attempting to learn Thai ...
... 8217;t roast marshmallows and hotdogs—we roasted some kind of sesame and rice flat-chips and bamboo with sticky rice inside. Yah, not your typical campfire kumbaya, but the food was pretty tasty and it’s an experience I’ll probably never have
The next morning we interviewed a man from the village and asked him a bunch of questions on their whole system and lifestyle. It’s a bit too much to explain, and we had ...
This weekend was filled with one adventure after another. On Friday evening we had Thai nursing students from BCNU come to visit us. They drove 4 hours from their school in Uttaradit to come and see us. They ate breakfast with us and after breakfast my Thai buddy from BCNU, one of my Thai buddies from BCNC & I went to the elephant camp. There we were able to watch an elephant show, go on a bamboo rafting down the river, go on an ox cart ride and even ride an ...
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