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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... our bags dangled precariously on the roof. When we got to the station booked the ticket then got a taxi to our accommodation only to go past the 2nd bus station on the way.
When we arrived at the accommodation we were greeted by a friendly Thai man who advised that someone who booked a superior room decided they wanted our standard room as it was on the 1st floor so we got a free upgrade! He also explained that we couldn't miss ...
Good morning Rachel, Juliana, and Tiffany by the chickens.
Felt like home haha chickens were making noises , but Rachel and Juliana are
not use to the noises of chickens in the morning. And it was great when Juliana
said "if I hear one more chicken I am going to strangle it" 20 seconds later a
chicken makes and noise and she goes “that's it!”. It was great, and then it
was my turn when I went to get out of our room and found us to be stuck inside,
... phoenixes and guns and everything in between. It surely was a very unique temple and of course it had the Buddhas as the main stage and main monuments to pray too.) We went to dinner at a place called Barrab it was delicious and cheap (a main meal and beer cost $4) and I caught up with my old best friend Emma Coombe from primary school, who I hadn't seen in over 10 years. It was so nice to catch up with her and reminisce on how crazy we were ...
... next stop should be food. Considering there were no real restaurants nearby our options would be a food stand from one of the three surrounding hill tribe villages. We passed up the first stand as the only option was soup. We passed by the second village as Tony was not impressed with the options. Once we reached the third village I didn’t care where we ate I was so hungry. Tony asked a local for a recommendation then we drove a mile up the road to a little stand that had a max of ...
On my way back to the bus station I took the chance to make me look stupid once again (haven't done that for a while). I was just taking a picture of a dragon statue in front of the temple, when I suddenly saw something coming out of the mouth of the dragon and jumped back. Well, it seems I was startled by a water fountain that the statue actually was. One or two people behind me very chuckling quietly. Well, it was time to leave I guess.
To get the local ...