Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... and there was bamboo that was 15 - 20 meters high. The waterfall was as you would expect! Had to head back to the hotel to change cause George couldn't see in the dark! The guy who rented us the bikes told us of a local festival at an old airstrip. Near the airstrip the traffic got really heavy. We parked up in a temporary car park and walked into the main festival site. Was incredible. Thousands of people, stalls, ...
... the hill, 'til we didn't know whether to keep hiking or not. Due to a misunderstanding and our lack of ...
... soon as we got in the basket/bench and the elephant started to walk, it almost felt as if we were going to fall off! But surprisingly, regardless of their massive bodies and flat feet, elephants are very sturdy. The elephant we rode was named Beach (the Thai name is pronounced Haat) and it was 72 years old! Who knew!? Our stop was in the midst of the natives’ land; words cannot describe how incredibly
beautiful it was. There were so ...
... the class was eating each dish we prepared. Some of the dishes we learned to cook included Pad Thai, chicken coconut soup, massaman curry with chicken, beef salad and spring rolls. After class Kim was so tired she couldn't even get a massage, so she just chilled out in the room to nurse her jet lag. Jason remained committed to the mission and got a massage. Tomorrow we will be visiting the Sunday market and touring the many temples of Chiang ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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