Chiang Mai Travel Lodge
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The well lit night market proved for some good shopping as rows and rows offer things you don't need but at, "okay $2, miss!" maybe I do need pair of faux black Raybans. The foodstalls were the highlight of our evenings, purchasing coupons to buy bowls of noodles and fresh papaya salad.
Our days and nights spent meandering with two …
November 14, 2006 Tuesday After the 14hr or so journey from Bangkok, we finally made it to Chiange Mai station around 9:30am. I actually got a really good sleep on the train. I woke a few times but had no trouble getting back to sleep. The girls on the top bunks didnt have such luck with the overhead light stopping them from going back to sleep …
11 April - Tuesday Woke up relatively early... and headed off to look for Bangkok City Inn. After catching a taxi and being dropped off we discovered that the hotel was nowhere to be found. After some good direction form a once again helpful Thai business man, we walked the last half hour to find our place and thus, our tour leader Seksun. He's 29 …
Al het gedronken Belgische bier gaf ons goede moed.
Het uitbundige gezang en de 4-1 winst van Thailand op
Vietnam hield ons zoet.
Hierna hadden wij jou wel gezien en gingen we naar Chiang
Mai, met de trein.
Bangkok, we komen nog 1 dagje terug. Maar vinden we dat
nou wel zo fijn?
Bit of a cultural morning, went and visited 3 of chiang mai's most famous budist temples. They were beautiful, lots of gold leaf, Buddhas, flowers and decorations. There were many monks around, one in complete meditation. At one of the temples a lady was selling little birds to set free, with them you make a wish as the birds are blessed. I did this but not sure if these birds are not just trained to return to fly back to her! The temples were in the old town. ...