Secret Garden Chiang Mai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... coming year and that as a result of those challenges that I am rewarded with greater inner strength, resilience, fearlessness, peace and that I manage to turn all my frustrations for those people (and things) that I find annoying in China into love, understanding and compassion for all.
Finally, I pray that I will also find the courage in this coming year to live a life true to myself and that I will finally do all the things that I wanted to do, but always feared to do! ...
... ey voice inside your head. Go ahead, try it, TIGER KINGDOM!
Tiger Kingdom was a place where they raise tigers and allow you to interact with them. There are no chains on them and they looked pretty healthy but they did have hundreds of people interacting with them everyday. The tigers, much to your shock, are not drugged. It just so happens tigers like to sleep a lot and are nocturnal; as a result they are less likely to make people a snack when it ...
... outside the town, where we were able to hire a whole house with three double bedrooms set in a lovely garden with views across the valley with masses of lovely greenery and a swimming pool next to the reception. Perfect.
We all took a wander out into the valley that evening in search of somewhere with a bit of character for food and a drink and we found it in abundance at a tapas and wine restaurant, imaginatively named 'Tapas and Wine'. The attached hotel was a five star ...
... has been pretty much non-stop travelling since August! We swapped numbers and agreed to meet later in the day for a drink or food etc. We checked in and dropped our bags into the room then went for a wander. We found a few spots Adam recognised from the last time he was here and tried to get our bearings (we've discovered since being away that I have a way better sense of direction than Adam haha but it doesn't help that in Chiang Mai ...
... place and runs at a relaxed speed. We spent our first day getting to know the city and did some Wat-ing (2) around the city center. The following day was one of the days Jess has been most excited for, a trip to the Elephant Nature Park (ENP), a sanctuary for rescued domestic elephants. The park is a few hundred acres of hillside rainforest with a river running through the center and is home to 44 Asian Elephants. ...