Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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, …
... with leaving the guesthouse to do some exploring for the morning. Gemma, who was unfortunately already feeling a little under the weather, took up the role of bike captain hoping that it might take her mind off things. This didn't really end great as Mai Hong Son is a bit hilly and awkward especially with locals whizzing about turning as and when they please. There were no collisions but a couple of emergency stops left Gemma a bit shaken so we decided it ...
... quite vigorously and only got a slight reaction from him, which was a slow glance and then a yawn. Last but not least we went to see the youngest tigers, ranging from 5-8 months old. These cats are like a medium sized dog, with oversized feet and an urge to run and play all the time! Despite the fact that they are supposed to be nocturnal and sleep through the day, I had no problem playing with and photographing the babies as they ran around the enclosure like a ...
Finally we concluded the day with night market which is such a cool atmosphere. It is always fun to shop but thing I like the most is just the atmosphere of it all which I have probably said before. I finally got to have roti with banana and Nutella and watch the make it at the stand. It is like a crepe but sweeter and thicker and so good! I really enjoyed spending time with my buddies but when we got on the bus everyone fell asleep once again. ...
... change. I need to know that veganism is necessary for me to be as healthy as I can be because vegan definitely doesn't mean healthy. French fries and bagels are vegan.
On the way back, we stopped by to get some fried plantains and fried sweet potatoes. I'm addicted, haha. Being here made me realize how much comfort eating I did back home. Sometimes when I get stressed, I just eat a lot of carbs to feel satiated. I also must give myself credit for being in ...