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... from us that the price was too high as well. So we headed to a waterfall. It was beautiful and at first it looked like we would hike but then the travel, the heat, and the long day caught up with us and we turned around and got back in the truck and headed back to the house. We had a light snack and then headed to get massages. The ladies talked me into my first ever full body massage and it was great. In case you were wondering the place was legit, you wear ...
... sits next door to the prison which offers the same service but with actual prisoners learning the trade on the job (though booked up when we went). We thought it was a great idea- the massages are both good value and quality, the prison provides the USP to the experience and you get a feeling of satisfaction that you're helping these people out by choosing them. I couldn't believe the sweet looking lady rubbing my feet could ever be capable of anything criminal but whatever it was she ...
Not much to report from Chiang Mai I'm afraid. We arrived at about 3 and were wandering around the old city when it started chucking it down. Naturally we were 'forced' to take refuge in a bar. We got chatting to another couple of Brits and before we knew it, it was 1.30am and we were staggering home having sampled ...
... must be done without flash where animals are present, meaning the night safari is out as far as taking pictures go. There are dance, light and water shows in addition, all comprised in the price.I was there on a Thursday from 14:00 to 21:00 hrs and the place was free of visitors during the day, with groups coming in towards the end of the afternoon.The good thing is that in general, most animals have a fair amount of space ...
When they mess it up in Thailand, you can be assured, its a huge
'clusterflock.' Huge. Take our breakfast experience over in the 'Good
Morning Chiang Mai' ex-pats chintzy eatery, recommended both in Lonely
Planet and by Carolyn and her traveling companion, Jane. They both
came back saying they had a really good pancake breakfast, so Marion
had to go see, of course. With great reluctance I agreed to forego my
All-Day English ...