Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a fadeaway 3 point shot with a player in his grill with 20 seconds left on the shot clock..." @RTNBA "I'm pretty sure JR Smith whispers 'YOLO' every time he touches the ball..." @Rickonia I'm pretty sure our taxi driver was whispering 'YOLO' up and down this entire mountain path. The mountain path had more curves than Rihanna's ass. Google Maps indicated that the drive from where we were at to Doi Suthep was about an hour. This ...
... special and unique about showering without a roof, a canopy of trees overhead and birds whistling in the background. Beds are a simple affair with mattresses on the floor and simple fans to cool off in the evenings.
A short drive away were magnificent waterfalls with water cascading down limestone rocks. Upon first glance you would expect the rock surface to be slippery but in fact it was easy to grip and ...
... naughty one! He kept going off path into the trees and pulling down branches with his trunk and then whacking them round his head which I was sat on so I took a beating, but I was fine, it was exciting fearing my life haha. Then we rode the humongous one, it towers over the others and is twice my height! But very calm and quite slow. I like driving the elephants (being ...
We are up bright and breezy,as usual and packed up for our move into Old City today.We have a lovely breakfast with Pat,which consisted of fruit,coconut pancakes,and toast and take our farewell pictures,before we depart for the BB hotel.We have managed to keep our shopping down to a dull roar,(okay my shopping),so we are still getting around just fine with our backpacks,and a small day pack each,quite manageable.We checked into our new home,then decided that this was ...
... They preferred having my students because of their English fluency. My students could identify with these individuals and felt the “helplessness” that these patients were experiencing. My students advocated for the patient taking the patients' concerns to the staff and trying to work things out for them. It was nice to see my students providing compassionate care.
At 9 am we were called to the operating room. The first case we saw was the removal ...