Oasis Hotel Chiang Mai
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... very inexpensive hairpieces (with flowers) for the wedding. So, I am finished buying for the wedding. I picked up some jackfruit for the students to try and Maew bought them sticky rice with taro in a banana leaf for a snack.
Following the market the students and buddies went to the Central Airport mall for lunch and more shopping. Maew and I ate lunch at a small quiet noodle shop and then we returned to the campus. I had intentions on working on ...
... massage. I decided to go the the 'no pain, no gain' philosophy and stifled any moans and groans that would have indicated I was having any trouble with the intensity of the massage. Dinner was arranged for a restaurant about half an hour away. Tanya had organised for Niwat, our driver from our last trip, to pick us up from the hotel at 6, although it was 6.30 before she, Kay and their housemate, Chai arrived. Also at the dinner were ...
... so the elephants would recognize us and also to keep our own clothes from getting dirty. We were then taken outside near the elephants and told a little bit of information about Baan Chang: - the owner rescues elephants from being machines in the logging industry. - there are 42 save elephants here now; 3 babies - they eat 5 tons of bananas and bamboo shoots a day - they pooped 300kg a day - they are considered domestic elephants that are taught to be pets (including the ...
... with their trekking experience, and some guesthouses even pressure tourists into purchasing a trek when they try to book a room. I was put at ease when the first people I met, upon arriving at my hostel, had just returned from the same trek I was embarking on and only had good things to say. The next morning we drove for over an hour out of Chiang Mai before we started walking. Our guides Nuki and Paul (probably not his real name) ...
... I scooted back to the office. Making a short stop for some
water I met a most attractive woman. I
guessed she was only about 19 but turned out to be 32. I’d be useless on a quiz
programme; so better have a swim before I start work to cool me off!!
Communications aren’t going too well at the moment. Slow
responses and some confusing instructions from Cape Town base camp are
frustrating me no end. Can I do anything about ...