Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai
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- 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, …
... going to be a lad for the night as we shared a jug of Chiang beer whilst watching the football! We were up fairly early again feeling the effects of a few drinks and a late night but keen to explore Bangkok some more before we left! We brought a boat ticket which enabled us to hop on and off the river boat stoping off at numerous piers along the way. It was such a good idea and only cost a couple of quid! First stop was Wat Pho which was pretty spectacular. The main attraction was ...
... and when she came out her flip flops were gone. She walked 3 hours barefoot on the street and didnt even complain once. I was really looking forward to the meditation retreat with the monks. It was a 1 night 2 day retreat. We were given white clothing to wear. A t shirt and some trousers. The trousers were like the biggest trousers of life and were one size that you had to fold in at the waist and tie up. We had an introduction to buddhism and then they took us from ...
... I let out a yelp. Soon afterwards the guy hopped off the elephant to guide it through a section of the river, making it clear he would prod it with a metal spike if it went the wrong way. It was the longest 25 minutes of my life. Rather than enjoying the ride I was constantly looking behind me to make sure the spike didn't go anywhere near that poor elephant. It put a significant downer on what was, overall, a ...
... kind of helped soothe the constant throbbing. After dinner we were invited to the local karaoke night at one of the friend's of the family's. Once arriving we saw about 15 of the locals (all of who had been by the shop to have beers at least once since we've been here) around a tv that would play Thai music videos with the subtitles underneath to sing. The music videos were pretty entertaining to watch because I had no idea what they were singing, all ...