Tip Sukon House
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... and take photos, like a human zoo exhibit. These poor people are being exploited for their ancient traditions. WHITE TEMPLE - must visit. It is fully bright, white, shiny and spectacular! Really awesome design with some eerie, creepy sculptures and features, like zombie hands reaching from the depths of the moat surrounding the temple, attempting to grab you down as you pass. The designer was aiming to capture heaven vs hell, and does an amazing job of it. As ...
... we thought he had not understood us. When we had finished at the Golden Triangle we sat & waited for a returning one but after a bit over an hour none had arrived. We managed to find someone that could help us & sure enough, the last one had been at 12 midday. In order for us to get back to Mae Sai we had to catch a mini-van to Chiang Saen, which is in the opposite direction, wait 1/2 hr to ...
... on the Saturday which involved a night market, lots of food and everyone dancing in a circle. The dance moves were out of this world, it involved everyone doing the same single movement for the entire song then the track would change and the dance would slightly change direction or movement. I've learnt some sick new moves which don't even compare to the knee tap and slap. Sorry again for the lack of photos, hoping to get a new camera in Laos capital ...
... me. They pulled a young Korean dressed like Vietnam-era John Lennon from my public taxi to pee in a cup. The guy was asking for it. Turned out he was clean, but we all had to wait for him to pass the test before continuing on.
Spent a night in Chiang Rai to break-up the trip and explore the town. Cute place. Lots of budget-minded expats from what I could tell. Condos there are super cheap. A few too many mosquitos for my ...
... looked more Indian than Asian. They had darker skin and bigger eyes.
Back to the story. As we crossed the border we were greeted by lines of willing tour guides holding pictures of things we could see and trying to convince us in their broken English. Since I usually try to figure my own cheaper way to so things, I was surprised when Aj. Jip immediately started negotiating prices. The next thing you know we were seated in the back two large Tuk Tuks ...
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