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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Park Hotel Chiang Mai
The Rooms are moderate but the buffet breakfast makes up for all of it, it is AMAZING!! The showers are also amazing! Heavy pressure!
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We headed north after 2 days in Bangkok to the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The overnight trains in Thailand were notably different than the sleeper trains in India. For one thing, only 4 people shared an area; 2 on either side of the aisle. In India we had 8; 3 bunks high in the non-partitioned cabin and 2 bunks on the other side of the …
... not too healthy rate of 49.60 = 1GBP. Take the cash straight to the bank and pay into my account here.
Back to the room where I take half of the books and lump them across town to my usual book shop - On The Road books. The English chap isn't in the shop this morning but his wife and daughter make me an offer on some of them that is OK. I exchange for as many as I can and leave the box with the remainder for the English guy to check later and I will ...
... left-sold out of all other cakes. Bumped into Claire & Phillip. Smoothies and shared pulled pork sandwich with salad plus another to take away along with chocolate brownies for later. Songthaew back home, said goodbyes to Senlie & William ( after checking out their room) then taxi at 16.15 to domestic terminal to catch Kan Air 17.50 to Phitsanluk. Plane only takes six passengers. Very comfortable ...
... and Thai massage. They basically did everything except treatment which is done in the Nakomping Hospital very close by. We had a tour of the Thai massage building which was beautiful. We made appointments for the Wednesday we leave which I am very much so looking forward to! Everything looked very new. I am sure they still don't have the amount of resources we do in the U.S but everything I saw looked up to date.
... my extended family sings together at gatherings, called “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”. Four country/folk-dressed Thai men were performing it in a restaurant, so I had to stop and record some it. It was sweet to have a little piece of home in the middle of Thailand, totally unexpectedly.
Today was a really wonderful day. I just really enjoyed spending time with my buddies and talking with them, as well as ...