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... hoped to visit here last time we were travelling but our 15 day Thai visa and our tight schedule then, meant we had to save Wanalee for another time.
This was that other time and we were both so excited :-)
Elephant Man (Mr Pon) picked us up at 8am and we set off on the one and a bit hours' drive to Lampang just south of Chiang Mai.
We had chosen Mr Pon to take us as when we met with him a few days ago we had explained that meeting ...
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This ride is typically 10-12 hours, although you can always expect delays. As a result, this is an overnight train, where you purchase a bunk instead of a seat. Each room has four single beds- two bunk beds. We were both assigned top bunks in a shared room with a 70-year old couple from Bangkok. To our enjoyment, they had both retired from the tourism industry so they spoke some English and Italian. We spent the hour or so before bed ...
... They forced strong Thai whiskey and beer on us while encouraging us to use their barrel of water to drench those surrounding us. It was so much fun! We eventually met up with James’s cousin again and made it home, though it had definitely been a highlight of our trip!
The following morning Aow made us another delicious meal of rice with morning glory, omelette, and cabbage with mangos and grapes for dessert. All of the food that Aow cooked was ...
... the Thai people without giant VIP buses and giant VIP prices'. However, when we kept going through checkpoints where police got on the bus to inspect people and check through bags I had 2nd thoughts. Still, we managed to get to Chiang Rai paying ½ the prices listed in Lonely Planet, so I was feelt good. Met at the bus station by only one man asking us if he could drive us to our guest house. He didn't even drive a tuk-tuk, but instead peddled a cart. Obviously ...