Palm Hills Golf Resort
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... me to see how Palm sugar was made and he wanted to take me to this place. When we got there the man had just started the mixing part of the process. I thought it was crazy the amount of work he had to do.
The process starts at 5am when he climbs the sugar Palm tree to tap it for sap, then he collects the buckets of sap and boils them over a makeshift fire. When it's at the right temperature, he has to stir it vigorously until it's stiff and ...
... a shaved head dressed in white and gold robes, he seemed to have two helpers that would fuss over his clothes; random members of the public would go up to him for ½ a minute, they would talk and then leave, Mama and her daughter did this - giving the man an envelope - possibly with money in it. Mum and I decided that this man must've been the head Monk for this area, which we now don’t believe; we got bored and decided to go back to the hotel ...
... decided to stop off at Tops and get some donuts to share and 2 smoothies for ourselves, before waiting in the hotel lobby for Twain the taxi driver. I decided to go and take photos of the pool then remembered about the photo of me standing at the door that we get at every hotel so I took a quick seflfie to keep mum happy.
The taxi ride down took just over 2 hours, not including our stop halfway through. Mum had asked to go and see a railway ...
... off the bus from Chiang Mai at 5am this morning was a chaotic scene the likes of which would rival any I've experienced in that bastion of chaos, India.
- Keep track of our progress on my dMb Travel page.
- dMb blog: Tiger Kingdom, Chiang Mai, March 14th 2012
- dMb blog: Out & About, Chiang Mai March 15th 2012
- Bogan On A Bus: Mel’s trip bog.
- dMb on flickr: Thailand
... horrible my 2 worst nightmares, seafood and piers but mum enjoyed it. We were walking over tiny prawns and you could hear them squelch. When Nana and Pa got there we agreed to go up to the long pier, which started 300m away and was 1km to the end. Every 100m it got wider for no reason and at one of these points we got off and walked our bikes to the next bit because the pier was only 2 meters wide and it was very sandy. We got back on after that and rode to ...