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... watch them do it, I was quite happy that we didn't do it in the end because we got to sit under the most amazing waterfall. It was so relaxing sat there, was like our own little bit of paradise. Once the guys and finished their zip lining we headed on a small river side trek to the Long Neck Village. We had no idea we would be able to do this with the group and Matty and I had already discussed going for a visit there on one of our free days. We walked along the river ...
... We also passed a herd of elephants (not wild unfortunately) having a bath in the river so we all jumped out to say hello. Then when we sadly arrived at the end of the course we got out the raft and there was water, pineapple and oreo biscuits waiting for us. The compamy had also taken photos of us throughout the day which they then tried to sell us on disc for an exuberant amount. We didn't buy it as it was expensive but also because I was missing my face- the life jacket ...
... to be seen. Luckily the architecture didn't fail to impress. After wandering around the buildings we headed back to the city and were dropped off at the Sunday market near our hostel. We wandered aimlessly around the market stalls, before deciding to escape the heat and head to the hostel. For one of the first times of the trip, I was bored. Desperate to have an activity for the afternoon that didn't consist of wandering around the city's streets, I read my Thailand backpackers book ...
After five flights and lots of waiting around in airports, it was time to officially step out from an airport and start experiencing a different culture.
Having booked a hotel transfer in advance before even leaving home, it was a welcome site to see them waiting with a board.
The climate is so different here compared to the UK, so hot, lovely!
The hotel looked amazing, and check in was relatively ...
... way as well as another group doing an Elephant trek. It took just over 4 hours to get to our final stop where we all got off and had Phad Thai for lunch (cooked by Paso again). Then, it was back into the back of the Tuk-tuk and off to Chiang Mai (2 hours drive). We got dropped off at Eagle House again where we had our room all ready for us. We had a shower (our first in 2 days) before heading off in the evening to the Night Market near the Fort Entrance to Old Town. There were loads ...