Nim See Seng Hotel
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... have it every once in a while? I have an odd urge or craving for it, when I would give anything for it, then after a quick fix I don't need it anymore. In fact physical contact makes me cringe, annoys me even. I swear I used to be a cuddly person, constantly in need of hugs, kisses and human contact. When did I become such a hermit? So lonely, so isolated, but isn't that exactly what I ...
... back to the boat and headed back into Chiang Rai for some lunch nearby my guides office which turned out to be really nice. After lunch I was driven to the Coach Station were I had to wait for a while before my coach was due to arrive which was then made worse when it arrived into the Station 20mins late. Once we finally boarded it was almost full but when we arrived at the Station outside of town the Coach quickly filled up until we were completely full - this made for an interesting 3.5hrs into Chiang ...
... trees, Predator lying in the grass, snakes eating decaying faces, and human and demon hands reaching up from the water. It was so cool!!! Singha park is where the brewery company gets it's grains from to make Singha beer. They also have fields of tea leaves growing which I was so beyond interested in but couldn't find a single soul to explain it to me and there were no signs in sight. Bummer. The huge gold Singha dragon on the hill too ...
... lazy afternoon. That evening the All blacks were playing Australia which takes precedence over anything else so we headed to the dodgiest English sports bar in town for the evening. Sunday 17th Today we headed to Chiang Rai beach which houses a collection of bamboo huts on the banks of the river. We spent a couple of hours here enjoying the piece and quiet with food and a couple of beers. After we headed to Chiang Rai Cultural Park ...
things get done.
The children are the best part of this experience. Living
with teenagers and toddlers is challenging but a learning experience which I am
sure I will use later on in my personal life. It took awhile for them to get to
know me and trust me. Now, we have developed a close relationship and spend
most of the day together. They have taken time to teach me Thai and to cook
local dishes. We truly live as a family ...