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Had a relaxing morning with a swim in the pool and then got a tuktuk to the North City Gate. went to the Wat Lok Molee, the Wat Rajamontan, Wat Chiang Yun, Wat Khuantha Ma Mon Thian, the Wat Kuaw Kha Ma and saw the Wat Chai Sn Phum from the city wall. Walked back via the start of the night market at ...
... It was so good to meet them all. There are 2 other girls travelling alone Lucy who's from Brighton and Nicole who's from Switzerland, there's a couple from London and 3 lads who are travelling together and are from the Surrey. Our group leader is a Dutch guy called 'Mai Thai'. He is great and really good at looking after us and telling us good things to do and see. On Saturday we started our Journey North to Chaing Mai. We stopped at Ayutthaya which is a small city about an ...
... nauseated members of the group). The drive all together took about 2.5 hours. It was interesting to see the slowly evolving characteristics of each town and village as we got higher up the mountain and further from the city. The automobiles slowly changed from cars, to motorcycles, to carts and buffalo. The longer we drove, the more rugged and thin the people became. The infrastructure began with pavement and turned into dirt roads, from multistoried buildings, to ...
... a weekly Organic Farmers Market. They changed their hours so it turns out we were two hours early No worries .....we spent the time touring/visiting the exhibits at the Chiang Mai Cultural Center at the Three Kings monument.
I will post some photos from the Center. It was really nice to see some of the history of Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai used to be Lanna, before the daughter of the leader of Lanna married the King of Siam near the end ...
The insects, birds, cats, dogs, spiders and just about everything else that lives in the jungle woke me at 5.15am. Yes, spiders are so big here that they even seem to make noise...there is one outside the front door that is as big as my outstretched hand! I read an Old Daily Mirror as there is no internet here to get papers or see news. Real primitive living!
Thomas came down about 5.45am and we set off to explore. Outside our front door, ...