Royal Peninsula Hotel Chiang Mai
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... therapy courses this year, woohoooo!
-I have been making an active effort to face my fears and as a result I feel a lot freer, or at least I feel like I’m less of a prisoner to my thoughts and fears
-I partied away at the full moon party in Thailand, something that I never thought that I would do, but I’m so glad that I did it and it was a really cool experience
-met 5 or 6 really special people, who have kept me going through ...
... the metro to the closet area to it, and as we were a little early had a quick iced coffee/pineapple shake - effectively cooling Gemma and I down respectively. On to the Thai boxing, and we didn't really know where to go once outside the general BBTV complex, but ended up following the crowds to a betting stand which had hundreds of punters flapping pieces of paper that we're fairly sure were promotional leaflets for certain bets. At one side to this ...
... It was getting on so we had to find a late opening place for the second half, this we managed in a rock bar which pulled down the shutters a few minutes in, for a good old fashioned lock-in. We all knew who was going to win anyway (yawn) but the mojitos and Led Zeppelin on the jukebox made it a fun and colourful night.
We'd return to Chiang Mai- we only really stopped here because we arrived too late to head straight to Pai, three hours by bus to the northwest and would need ...
We landed in Bangkok at 8:00pm local time but it was midnight to us as we were still on Melbourne time. After a cab ride to our hotel which served as a great introduction to the mayhem that is Bangkok we ventured out to the infamous Khao San road. On the walk there was another fine introduction to Bangkok when Jess, no doubt inspired by the Australian zoo employee, stepped directly on a rat. Jess handled it way better than ...
... and eat at an amazing restaurant called My Darling on Rummbuttri Road. Once we got to the restaurant we got to know each other a little bit better and I had my Massaman Curry that I made the last time I was in Thailand. After dinner some of the group went to go see a ping pong show and I just went for drinks at Lucky Beer on Khao San Road. It was so lively at night as usual but since the jet-leg was kicking in I made it an early ...