The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel
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Yesterday we did a day trek to Chang doa cave. We walked up to the monks jungle temple on the mountain. Lots of Buddha pictures and remains. In the cave monks had previously prayed and camped. We saw paddy fields and the dam. All very dry not much water this year. We stayed at the friendly eco lodge. Back in chang mai we stayed at the imperial Mae …
... in to the jungle. The taxis looked nothing like ours, they were red truck with seats down either side, no seatbealts and no back door, there was 8 of us in our taxi. Half way through our journey it started raining so we had to quickly pull over on a motorway type road and put all the bags in the back with us, it was so cramped! It took about 30 mins to get to our guest house, the journey wasn't too bad but I started feeling really sick with motion sickness so ...
... a long metal stick with raw meat affixed to the tip. I guess he didn't want to be petted. When we had fed all the animals, we grabbed a taxi to Doi Sothep, a large Buddhist temple on the mountain. By now, we knew the routine. Shoes off, and find Brianne a free robe for modesty, as shorts and open shoulder shirts are prohibited. The temple is active, so there is a lot going on inside. Pictures are not normally prohibited, but they make an exception for tourists. Aside ...