Mercure Chiang Mai
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Our journey here was a long one from Stockholm, to Athens, to Dubai, to Bangkok and finally to Chiang Mai and it has taken 3.5 years for us to finally be able to come our son Ingram's last resting place Chiang Mai. Tomorrow we will walk to the hospital then onto the Buddhist Temple nearby where his friends had a ceremony for him.
Today we …
... a small island in the water. She was so cute whilst we scrubbed and fed her. We then walked her back to camp where we said bye. Another brilliant experience and it was nice to see how they were looked after her. There was also loads of information about the use of chains and sticks and reassurance about how much pain the elephant's actually feel etc... This is important to understand how they are looked after. The next part of the day wasn't as ...
We got up early, went for breakfast, packed, i quickly changed into shorts in the lift which was funny Lift to pick up ppl inc stupid french! Then went to a market - tried to find bikini! None - bought nixs n bra Got peed off with french. Went to a ...
So I know I already posted today, but I just wanted to give one more update. We cooked on open fires with our buddies today, and it was super fun. We had a special Thai dish where we cooked pork, chicken, shrimp, mushrooms, vegetables, and noodles ...
... my buddies outside the building to walk down to the morning ceremony. Every school day they all gather at the front of the building at 7:45 and recite the school's motos, sing the national anthem and worship Buddha. Today was a little bit different because there was so much excitement about having foreign students with them today. We were ushered forward and told to introduce ourselves in front of the entire school! That is ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Chiang Mai
Good clean little bit of luxury and great breakfast. The bed is huge! Wifii is free and ok to use in room.
The staff are friendly and helpful. There is a free shuttle bus to transfer you to and from the night market and town as the Mercure is a little out of town but a taxi or walk in the cool evening.
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