Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... and the bridge leading to Heaven with guards of the bridge preventing those in Hell from getting out. Mona was able to describe everything about what we saw and it was fascinating how everything had a purpose.
We then wrote a wish on the leaf which I hung on a small tree made of wishes and when that is full the wishes are all hung together ahd will be added to the roof of the temple, which is closer to Heaven meaning the wishes have more chance of being ...
... thing really as G's mossy bites and blisters were growing. We asked the hotel for a local pharmacy but took one look at G's legs and said you need a doctor. We rushed to the local private hospital and were seen by a Dr. within the hour (never get this level of service at home) who gave G 5different types of anti inflammatory's, antihistamine, steroids and cream. Maybe a bit excessive but for £20 it seemed with it and has made a noticeable ...
... in the village was a pack of puppies. I then noticed a pet monkey. I was instantly so happy. The people in Pa Khao Lam greeted us with open arms and an open kitchen! Score!
Thing I learned in the Thai Jungle #8: Never give up. People have done it before you. You can do it too.
After some Thai balm and a wrap, my knee was in a good place. I spent the rest of my night lounging and reading some books before my classes begin in Vietnam. The weather cooled down a ...
... 160;He is a Brit from Sheffield and she is a Thailand Native. Her village is aproximately 1/2 hour from this area so she is fortunate and they see her family fairly often sometimes at least once a week..... She is kind, funny, adorable and an AMAZING COOK. She really can rock our world. Fish n Chips, Bangers n' Mash, Thai Basil Chicken, Thai Omelets over rice and Ed's most favorite: Jook (rice ...
... and even Isabel said, they want money because they are beautiful.
The temple complex is actually really impressive and although not huge, is completely covered with gold. Isabel was really getting into it and loved to explore the many small temples. We sat as a family and were blessed by a Buddhist monk.
We also checked the day of our birth with correlates to one of the 7 Buddhist monk symbols. Sinead is Tuesday ...
Other places to stay in Chiang Mai
Prapokklao Road Soi 8, Muang, Prasing, Chiang Mai, 50100, Chiang Mai | Innfrom $10
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145 Moo 14, Soi Suthep 7, Suthep Rd., Chiang Mai | Innfrom $13