Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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First stop is Yangon, Myanmar. The former nation's capital, this city boasts the largest collection of late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century colonial architecture in Southeast Asia and serves as the country's largest cosmopolitan center with a population of nearly six million. Although many of the structures are severely dilapidated, …
... ear and a rope around his middle, you swing your leg over the top. Once on, you had to wriggle right forward until you are almost sitting on his head. You don't have anything to hold on to, but you can splay your fingers over his head and lean on them. It really was quite a surreal and unforgettable experience!! After being dropped back at our hotel, we showered and Sam rang David's Kitchen restaurant to make a booking. David's Kitchen ...
... years old. She is stunning. She has two children, a boy and a girl, who live and work in the city. She and her husband are the only ones who currently live in the home. She showed us our rooms and then served us dinner. After dinner we walked back down the steep hill to the temple area where we joined the villagers for a bonfire. The villagers showed us how to make Koew Laab (Sticky rice with coconut milk in bamboo) and Koew Cab (very thin rice cake that is roasted ...
... wanted to stroke, it all felt good. At some point you become so relaxed it feels like you’re being hypnotized. This is truly the part of Thai vacations I enjoy the most. The massage is just out of this world and in all cases so much more affordable then what you could ever find in the States.
The time seemed to fly by, but I did enjoy every minute. As I was coming out of my massage coma they brought in a gold tray with some tea. I sat and sipped my tea feeling like ...
... the lobby I ran into a girl I met a couple of weeks ago who had moved on to a yoga retreat in the islands. I was so happy to see her back and would have loved to chat, but she was clearly dealing with a mix up on the hotel's part and didn't want to interrupt and I had to get packed up. Then it hit me, she wanted to check in early and the person in the room was not out yet.. It was me! I asked her what was up and she filled me in. I joked about the horrible person in the ...