The Riverview Point Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews The Riverview Point Resort Chiang Mai
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... a promise to return for remedial work in 2 days and giving them a healthy tip I felt like skipping down the road clicking my heals. Instead I jumped on the scooter and went home to get my best walking thongs as I was headed to the Sunday night 'walking' market. Woohoo. So, I head down to the market and it looked really nice, heaps of clever handcraft and all the other stuff you'd expect to find, as well as food every 10 metres or so. My leg felt great, ...
... had for a while and one I'd recommend to anyone.
The group was going our separate ways- Margaux and Joel were heading home in a few days, Nick and Ali were off to Myanmar and we were heading further south. As such we felt a final night out on the town was in order and Chiang Mai is a great spot to explore in this respect. Vest tops with beer brands on is the local traveller uniform in Thailand so we all acquired and wore our respective beers: Chang, Singha, Tiger, Leo and ...
... started buying small souvenirs from the market. Su made the decision she wanted a drawing of us done so we handed in a photo of us from Sydney so that they could sketch us out and we'd pick it up tomorrow before leaving. We bumped into two of the girls we met on the trek and decided to head home around 11pm so that we could facetime home. All in all a rather lazy day, but we definitely needed it. ...
... it out and we
were finally left with what we originally ordered. Jeeez..! T.I.T.
This Is Thailand. Later, the manager came with his phone-camera to
take a snap of his happy customers 'for his daily posting on
Facebook,' as he told us.
Moral..? Take nothing for granted in Thailand, its never what it
seems...but its enormous fun.
I often think that Thailand is like an ongoing Carnival. A
kaleidoscope of ...
... down. Somehow I got the top bunk again!
Very hot with the curtains pulled over the beds. Everyone was in bed by 9.00pm and the carriage was very quiet. Slept ok this time, just waking every two hours when the train rolled around a bit, or stopped at a station, or there was a platform announcement.
Quite a few families with kids and young couples travelling.