Sawasdee Chiang Mai Inn
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... mountains Doi Sethup, it is considered a most important Temple for Buddha and is said to hold a relic there. We walked around the main Wat & statue all coated in gold, three times in a clockwise direction then placed a bell with our names on it as a symbol for good fortune.
The temple is in the mountains, a national park and not far from the Homung village where people came 40 years ago to buy the opium grown there. ...
... of tin by a river. She thought it was hilarious, as did I. It was nice to spend time with a local and hear about life from their perspective. I’ve learnt lots of interesting things from her:
- Lotto is a big thing here and a lot of time is spent preparing peoples numbers including consulting mediums. She interpreted other local’s conversations about their lotto plans and how they were coming up with their numbers and how they were going to spend ...
... drive with one hand on the horn and here it is peaceful.
Monday 12th May
The first day of our massage course proved equally as challenging as the Inca trail or cycling Vietnam!
It was full on with one quarter of the time demonstration, and the rest split between practicing massage and being practiced on. It was feeling good to be massaged, even by a fellow novice, but ...
... medium and large tigers where we got photos and cuddle, stroke the tigers whilst they played. We then went back to the hotel to get a talk about the treck tomorrow. After I headed out to the Chiang Mai night Bazaar to see the markets and have a Thai dinner. I bought some Thai trousers and a key ring. I got back at 9:30 and packed my bag for the hill tribe treck ...
... a wander where we found a vegetarian restaurant which did the best juices and smoothies and the owner there had puppies (I'm usually not a big fan of chihuahua but they were just a few weeks old and sooo cute!) We then went on to see the night market which had so many different stalls and I bought myself some cool shorts! We are now sitting on the porch again just chilling as we are so tired. I still haven't slept since the bus journey so I am going to sleep well ...