Chiang Mai Thai Home
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... The big difference was that I was a member of the largest labor union in the United States and my minimum wage was much greater than the minimum in Thailand. Below are some facts and questions for Mason and anyone else interested in knowing more about wages and earnings in Thailand.
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... Locals carry around gibbons or loris' for tourist to take pictures with. We seen a monkey attached to a small chain on a tree for tourists to feed it bananas. Baby elephants were also on small chains for touists to feed. Corey and I didn't support any of these as we felt bad for the animals.
One of the days we rented a scooter to explore the beaches in Phuket. Karon and Kata beach were awesome beaches. It felt so nice to swim in the ocean again. The landscape is very ...
... toilet or eat our disappointing breakfast. It was a relief when we arrived in Chiang Mai.
We were met at the station by a tout offering rooms for the SK House II hotel, inside the old city. With a pool and rooms at just B400, we didn't take much convincing. He even threw in a free ride. Ten minutes later we were checking into a clean, spacious room, at a snip of the price of some of the boxes we'd paid for in Myanmar. There were certainly perks to ...
... croaking, we found an entire magical miniature frog kingdom of happy miniature frogs. We did not find any Fraggles, but at this point my life was complete, and I needed no further proof of the magicalness of the place.
Unfortunately, I spent every single hour of the next day completely immobilized with some sort of ghastly food poisoning or stomach bug. An unrelenting fever and my insides trying to exit my body by any means necessary, for 24 hours on end, put a ...
... off. They had seemed so pleased to see us when we arrived. They spent time teaching us their skills, practising their English and cooking our food. Its to the credit of the park that volunteers are alternated between villages. Its seems the experience is still fresh from both sides. Halfway through our trip to the new village, we stopped by the side of the road, made a fire and had fried rice and a cuppa. Half the road was missing and the other cracked. The view was spectacular - ...