Naerunchara Hot Spring Resort
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... the pictures and just like that the lady popped back into a pleasant looking person in front of the camera. When I was done watching the madness and looking at gold I decided to go out and have a beverage. I was thinking that a cold drink might turn my slowly worsening stomach feeling around. I ordered a lemon tea and the ladies also sat down with a beverage and we all just sat there for like 20 minutes. We watched a Thai soap opera and chatted. Then we ...
... In terms of culture, I particularly liked Bali, but I also hated it. The area I was staying was a mix of local life and tourist life, which confused me a lot. I loved the traditional Balinese culture; it was filled with tiny little quirks, Hindu statues and corners filled with flowers. The tourist industry there is intense, though, with a lot of western style shops and restaurants. The tourism in the area was too intense for me, which turned me off a bit as ...
... It was stunning and I dont think any pictures do any justice to seeing the actual thing. Number one thing to see in Chiang Rai and I think most people will agree. You can also get public buses to the white temple.
The night bazaar is very small but its veryndifferent and you will see a variety
of mostly handmade items. There is also a Saturday walkin street which sells mainly food. There is also a Sunday walking street which ...
Good morning Rachel, Juliana, and Tiffany by the chickens.
Felt like home haha chickens were making noises , but Rachel and Juliana are
not use to the noises of chickens in the morning. And it was great when Juliana
said "if I hear one more chicken I am going to strangle it" 20 seconds later a
chicken makes and noise and she goes “that's it!”. It was great, and then it
was my turn when I went to get out of our room and found us to be stuck inside,
The Old bus station is in the middle of the centre of Chiang Rai - a nice change from all other places where a Tuk Tuk ride is required. I fought off all advances from the various drivers, found a big map of the city, and just walked towards the main hoping to find a guesthouse (not booked anything again...).
After finding nothing on the main road I just turned into a side street, and was instantly asked if I need a room. But this time it was not a Thai accent I ...