- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... the back) and were greeted by a Canadian couple, a girl from California, and her friend from Ireland. We had all signed up for a traditional Thai cooking class.
This is something Kristine and I both really wanted to do, and in Chaing Mai there was many options. I had used trip advisor and decided to book our class at the Siam Rice cooking school. Our driver took us all to a local market where we met up ...
... 16km NW of town. Our favourites were Wat Phan Tao, which is constructed out of old teak wood and very beautiful, and Wat Chedi Luang which has the ruins of a huge Chedi dating from 1441. We had a Thai massage, and it was incredible! The best way I can explain a Thai massage is that it is a combination of deep tissue massage, pressure points and active stretching through yoga like poses. It's definitely not a relaxing, fall asleep on the table kind of massage. The Thai masseuse ...
... were overwhelmed and we were a little like kids in a candy store. We wanted to see everything all at once and we're delighted at the beautiful treasures that each stand had. The colors were beautiful. Some of the smells were amazing, others not so much. Some things reminded us of home while many others we could identify. There were huge bags of chili peppers, buckets of fermenting vegetables, tables full of greens, piles of us refrigerated eggs, ...
... us. Again, they have different priorities here.
One of the teachers introduced us to a group of her clinical students, and explained the clinical paperwork they do on their patients. We were surprised to find that we do exactly the same things in our own clinical paperwork, besides having to re-write words in English that we had misspelled. We had a very enjoyable time communicating through that teacher, asking the other group questions. One that fascinated me ...
It takes something pretty important for beau to willingly wake up early but we have arranged for the car to pick us up at 6:30. We have nearly three hours before we reach our first stop and we want to get out ahead of other tourist groups (i.e., large buses). We had expects a car and even the tour organizer kept using the word car when we booked yesterday but what showed up was a full size van with room for 10. I pop half a Dramamine and zonk out for ...