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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... to see so many dogs in such a small space but the Nature Park rescued them from the floods in Bangkok in 2011 and they are very well cared for. The Elephant Nature Park is such an amazing place and we would recommend to anyone to visit it if they get the chance. On Friday we had another early start after not much sleep due to a dog retching outside our room for most of the night. When Nicola went to get help there was a bull elephant ...
... that is part of the Kings project. It was festooned with flowers of all kinds. We eat too much but loved it. Helen insisted on ordering and paying. She had indigestion from the hot food, but Faye and I just gobbled down the hot stuff. After lunch we went up the hill to the most important Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai. We walked up a steep hill of several hundred steps and spent an hour in a very crowded Thai Wat ...
... It was designed by one man and the entire sculpture was a story: the journey beginning with the wickedness, going through Hell, and ending in Heaven. Now this isn’t the Christian journey of life, it was the Buddhist version, so most of this was rather different than Christianity. The carvings and paintings were so intricate and well thought out; everything was incredibly
detailed and had so much meaning to it. After, we went to a couple ...
... Mai is surrounded by mountains, so there are jungle treks, white water rafting and mountain bike tours being offered on every street. I've been thinking of getting a bike for some time so decided to book a mountain bike tour. You get picked up and driven up the mountain, 1600m above Chiang Mai city. Then you ride back down. Sounds simple enough, but going downhill on dirt tracks that are really bumpy and dusty, you need to have your ...
... Maew and I met Jip and Jigsaw for a photography sessiont. Jigsaw is Jip's older daughter. She graduated from Chiang Mai University's (CMU) medical school and is now an internal medicine doctor at Nakornping Hospital. This was very confusing to me because she had finished classes last year at this time and has been working as a physician for 1 year. Apparently in Thailand, the graduation ceremony is conducted 1 year following the actual completion of courses. Now you know why ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting