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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
Endlich Thai kochen lernen und auf Elefanten reiten und sie baden
Where do I start ? I have left South Africa but not without stress and confusion. On my last shift I woke up to find my eyes had closed up - I thought I was going blind for a minute or two. I had to leave immediately, get a taxi to a Doctor only to find out that I had some sort of allergy and that the swelling had welled up in my eye sockets as I …
$25 buys a personal guide for the afternoon and his car, so I have him take me to the Bantawai village--I've heard that this is THE place to go for authentic wood carvings. About 20 minutes outside of Chiang Mai, we arrive at the village--unbelievable giant carvings, great furniture--I had totally underestimated the amount of shops to hit here, so …
... warm sea lapping my feet, feeling
more like King Canute than King James, I wallowed in the warm hospitality and
sumptuous fish and seafood supper. Crab, prawns, fish and more with litres of
drink. For a family of five this would have broken the bank in many places and
at RM 160 ($45) I thought there must be a mistake. Happily not so.
‘Gasoline is going
up 35% tomorrow.’ Said Jonathan. You should’ve seen the queues ...
... basically they cannot treat anything here. Any person with a medical problem is taken by personal vehicle ...