Viang Tak Riverside Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tak
Op zich niets te beleven in Tak behalve een geweldig uitzicht over de Ping rivier. Morgen voor het ontbijt lopen we nog even over de ochtendmarkt voor we doorrijden naar Chang Mai voor 4 dagen.
Today we hired a car, and hit the road. With Lisa behind the wheel and Debbie being the chief navigator, we managed to get our way out of Chiang Mai without too much trouble - during the midday rush hour. It didn't take us long to get used to the Thai driving rules: indicate left if you are turning left, or if it's OK for the car behind to overtake …
... degree heat with no shade. It was the first uphill riding of the trip; an unreasonable break-in by any standard. I was relieved to see that even Charles was pushing for the steepest sections but I worried that, at this rate, we'd never reach our destination for the night. Worse yet, at this sluggish pace, we'd never get through Thailand in 6 months, let ...
Wow it has been a while! So the last month has been a crazy mix of a few long plane rides a bunch of jet leg and more I will write in blogs to come re-capping Korea, my visit back to Canada for my sisters wedding, and my first couple weeks here in Auckland.
But for now I wanted to conclude my time in Thailand with an article I wrote for the Baan Unrak newsletter from the perspective of a volunteer. Baan Unrak was my home while ...
... t sure why really, especially considering there was all this amazing stuff right next to them! A lot of people came out on the streets to watch the parade go by, the marching band led at the front playing all sorts of songs.
There favourites are..
The Final Countdown
I will follow him' (from sister act)
Livin La Vida Loca and the
Hawaian Five O.
For a sports day there was suprisingly little sports, after the parade all we saw was a ...