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... the entry point where you are set loose with your tube each attached to your cooler raft. What a great idea! This is clearly a dream for teenage backpackers who can fill their cooler with innumerable alcoholic options and get drunk and burnt in equal measure. The Mae Ping is no lazy river though. Whilst there is no real white water, just a few heavier ripples, it sure has a current. Trying to hold the rafts in situe whilst fighting the current is ...
I am excited for today because we are going to Laos. Last year I went to Myanmar and this year to Laos. I keep adding more countries every year. I never imagined that I would become a world traveler. I was terrified of planes and did not take my first plane ride until 2002. It was the one year anniversary after 9/11 and an international flight at that. Here I am 12 years later having visited 15 countries: Canada, Austria, Switzerland, England, Scotland, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aruba, ...
... Jona was a bit scared but I absolutely loved it. Jona got a new nickname from our guide, "Big Jon". He always gets a new nickname when we do extreme sports. It was also fun watching the boys zip line. They weren't scared at all! We had dinner with the Batts at our hotel, then we left the next morning on a four hour drive to Chiang Rai. We stopped at the White Temple which was very ornate and "glitzy". We were upgraded to a suite - no idea why - and we have ...
... then moved onto the next one which was up on a hill looking over the city and to Thailand.
The view and temple were both very beautiful.
Nathan had to put a skirt on as his knees were showing, and it is disrespectful to the Buddha if you have your knees showing (sometimes your shoulders and elbows have to be covered but it depends how strict they are) I was fine as I had my long elephant shorts on.
Finally we headed to the last ...
... image is based on the day of the week that you were born. The inside of the temple looked so different than the Thai temples. The inside of the temples were not as beautiful. They used strings of colored lights in the front of the temple, which reminded me of Vegas or a gambling casino. Like Thailand, you had to take your shoes off before entering the temple; however, they charged you 2 baht to get your shoes back. Sounds like ...
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299 Phaholyothin Road, Mae Sai | Hotelfrom $18