- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... on Ixchel’s shirt and told her to look at it. Turns out it was the well known Chedi, this is where they would put the ashes of past monks its a commodification (the process through which something is given monetary value). It was very tall and had many shapes, it was like a tower, the higher you would go up, the smaller it would get. I quietly walked up to it as I admired each little detail in it. We then proceed to ...
... we were able to put our feet up and enjoy the breeze as we drove 45 minutes up into the mountains. About halfway to our destination, we stopped and the driver got out to buy coconuts to bring back to the resort we are staying at, and he also bought one for each of us to drink while we drove! When he handed them to us he said to hold onto them when we were done for when we get there. Once we arrived, he took us over to two ...
... without the price tags and with a more hippy vibe, with a wonderful band playing soft lyrical tunes while everyone ate the delights they had just bought. Chiang Mai's Social Conscience There are lots of socially responsible things you can support or get involved in during your stay in Chiang Mai, so for example, when thinking about having a massage, why not give back to society too? This thinking found us at the Massage Center for Ex Prison Offenders, an organisation that ...
... we also had fun while doing it, which is part of the Thai culture-work and fun, mixed. That is what we did when we presented our community assessment to the teachers; we sipped coffee. I sipped Chai Yen, the best drink in the world! (It's a milk tea that is out of this world.) Some people lounged on hammocks, and we presented the project. Lastly, we went and saw the waterfall, which was so beautiful. However, it was way too cold to swim!
... To heal nature, she must also heal the people.” Another sign read, “The restoration in Doi Tung was that people and nature must live together. Nature will depend on people to look after it and people will depend on nature for their livelihoods.” How the Queen viewed the relationship between nature and mankind lead to enormous improvement for both entities. Walking through the garden, the lush mountains, the singing birds, the ...