Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I'll tell you why not, they are freaking huge! Then they got a photo package and I got my own photo package. With the photo package you pick one size of tiger to get photos taken of you. They cajole you into getting pretty friendly with the large cats as you will see in the pictures I share. I chose to get my pictures with the big cats and figured there would be a visual record of my less then stellar decision making if I was eaten. Since I am writing ...
... felt like a proper traveller compared to us haha. She told us a few places to see while were here as she was staying with someone who's lived here for 10 years. She went home so Adam and I went for food and then walked home (it turned into a bit of a mare as the aforementioned identical looking corners and moat roads caught us in their trap and we walked around for 2 hours until we found our hotel haha thank god for a local guy ...
... places when in the mood to shop) then met the others to go and watch Thai boxing! Front row tickets baby! It was interesting..the men cough boys looked about 12 and spent more time dancing around, however they when they actually fought they did seem to have quite a bit of skill (coming from an expert ;) ) and were pretty darn good at giving round house kicks right in the side of each other's faces! ...
... belt thing (you can see it in the picture) that was quite tinkly when going up and down the numerous stairs.
Sadly, we didn’t have much time there so I quickly changed, and we all headed back to the bus. The bus took us all back to BCNC for a short break. After that Smoz joined me to go to the Royal garden. I can tell you I have never seen a garden that large ever. We literally had to take a tram around it because it would take too long to walk the whole thing. It had ...
... with Jen is a well organized affair. In the summer when Jen was overwhelmed with planning the trip, she asked/tasked me to look into the activities for Chiang Mai. The two things we knew we wanted to do was a trek and a cooking class. So the pressure was on. In the summer I had reviewed different companies and booked a tour. On the website it seemed very similar to my previous experience nearly 20 years ago. As you can tell from the comments above the trek was a ...