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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRainforest Boutique Chiang Mai
loved the pool- hang out with the unfriendly Euros!
stay in the new section
great buffet breakfast
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... here) and grimaces on their faces. They talk to Jeenal, Daniel, and the Thai workers for about an hour before leaving. In that time, we did jalnetti (sinus cleansing) and had a little late lunch.
Then I accidentally took Daniel's mat (looks the same as mine) to the relaxation yoga session, leaving Daniel to search for his mat. Oops.
The students were quite in a stir as well because-- dun, dun, dun-- the young Dutch couple decided to leave. Just like ...
... to my own name. From offering the monks food in the morning to speaking and meditating with one at lunch, we surrounded ourselves with the daily routine of a monk. Something that I would advise anyone who doesn't know already is to really get to understand Buddhist culture, of which we did by taking part. It's a humbling philosophy, not a religion, that calms mind and promotes such good morals, all of which I have spoken about during our Vietnam phase. A monks life is ...
... us some simple words and phrases including "hello," "thank you," and "you and I have a big problem here." Our bungalow setup was pretty unreal, with one structure serving as a stilted, canopied sleeping area, and the other an open-air kitchen and dining hall. Also there was a perfectly groomed golden retriever that Ping said totally belonged to someone in the next village over. The 8 of us showered in a freezing cold waterfall and got to helping with dinner. ...
... the next day. I was so excited for this as i have always wanted to learn how to cook authentic Thai food. When i was looking through thr leaflets to decide which one to book i came across a leaflet and recognised someone on the front. I used to work with him at home. What a small world. I took a photo of the leaflet and posted it on his facebook page. He was surprised and happy and felt famous. I chose to go with Basil cookery school. The instructor was ...
... At four we returned to the college and had dinner. It felt like I just ate lunch! There is not a moment that I go hungry here. For dinner they ordered in pizza for us. It tasted a lot like American pizza but the crust was wrapped around cheese hot-dogs. The french fries and pizza satisfied my cravings for American food.
We then all loaded back up onto the seog tao, a bus-like mode of transportation, and headed to the night walking street ...