Top North Hotel Mae Sai
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... very disconcerting for everyone to be talking in there own language and no one else
could understand but when we spoke everyone knew what we were saying.. because everyones second language was English.
So our first stop in a hot springs. Not really very much to look at but it does spout out
constantly and you can see the steam, so I would guess very hot.
Then on to the White Temple.
This place is ...
... pee break and then back to Rhonda for some more fun on the open roads. I must say, overall the roads were in very good condition - possibly the best roads we've been on in SEA. Once we'd left the mountainous roads behind we had to join the main road going north. Going from hairpin bends and sweeping racetrack curves to long mundane stretches of road with nothing but dusty towns to view was a bit of a come down, but there didn't seem to be any other way. When we arrived in Chiang ...
... a watering can over the road. The women then spread the top coat by hand. The workers live alongside the road in temporary huts. People passing by gave them some food and water and so did we. The finished roads were surprisingly smooth. I can't see this method of road construction taking off in Australia or New Zealand. The photos were taken at several sites.
... day with breakfast at the hotel. Ben, the son's owner, made us fried eggs and toast. I have not had toast in a long time so it was very good. I noticed that the Thai add soy sauce to their fried egg. I did not try it but some of the students have and like it. The owner's daughter-in-law make blueberry cheesecake pies in individual round bowls. They looked really good so I ordered one for all of us for tonight's dessert. The students appear super excited about this.
Those of ...
... it in back at the hotel. It is now my nightshirt. The next day we dropped off our clothes and had everything washed and ironed for £6. Amazing. And also nice to not be stinky. We relaxed at the hotel all day, catching up on sleep after Hong Kong. We met the Batts for dinner and took Tuk-tuks around the city. Thursday, the Batts made us get up at 6AM to go zip-lining in the jungle. We are so happy they did! It was really fun zipping through the trees ...