Night Bazaar Place
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNight Bazaar Place Chiang Mai
... To have diner and go shopping.
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... my earbuds and listened to music. We made a stop prior to our elephant adventure. We stopped in a little off the road spot where the Lisu tribe was set up. They were not really set up for business but we did buy some things while we were there. We saw them making more of the items we were buying and that was pretty cool. I did not get a picture of their needle point work even though I had a chance to. I was a little shy about snapping pictures of people who ...
... had to swap seats so he could get the blower on him lol) then went for food and a drink at our hotel. We decided to go out to another bar down one of the main road and found a cool place called Chiang Mai Saloon which was pretty busy and decorated like we were in texas! At one point Adam went to the toilet and I saw something out of the corner of my eye, next thing the bar man ran over, pointed and shouted rat, rat! It actually ran right past my feet! ...
... all packed up ready to leave for the night train.
Getting the train was easy enough, we boarded our carriage and met a group of Londoners who seemed very disappointed they weren't allowed to crack open a cool can of Chang beer. We managed to learn Laura's complicated backpacker card game, and after a 1-1 draw we bedded down for the long 14 hour journey. The train was kitted out with our own bunkbed. Luckily ...
... her, Mitzi immediately went to her seat, and everything was fine. Then Jeenal and Daniel had the three of us old students help out at the garden, picking lettuce leaves and taking out weed. My dad would be proud. We worked for about an hour and took a break. Beatrice asked me if she could help out anything, and I said there's still a plot of weeds to be plucked if she wants. She paused and said she can do that tomorrow or some other time. Then the ...
... really appeal (like watching an elephant show where they kick a soccer ball around). We did an overnight trek last time we were here, and we had said we wanted to just take it easy these last few weeks, so that's exactly what we're doing!
Our last day in Chiang Mai was Australia Day, and as is the usual tradition for us, we had to listen to the Triple J hottest 100 countdown. We sat on our little balcony with Triple J streaming on the surface tablet, starting off ...