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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

A Brush with Utopia

A travel blog entry by e.m.damelio


... and emergency incidents, while we also took some time to interview residents of the village as well. Believe it or not, the village has no police force, no emergency medical service, and the closest hospital is 20km away. They rely heavily on traditional Thai medicine and treatment methods, but also visit a health clinic that is only 10km away for health screenings and checkups. We certainly established some serious needs within Mae ...

Clickety clack...Clickety clack

A travel blog entry by cano-dorval


... honey than you do with! Just smile!!" It wasn't until early the next morning, as the mist was wisping its way up from the green textured landscape in amongst the chaos, drinking, smoking and insanity of the restaurant car, that I figured out WHY the lady boy wasn't smiling the night before. It was the high heels ! They must have been pinching his tiny Thai toes! In the morning in the dining car I noticed ...

Day Eleven: Jungle Life

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla


... whilst another Thai guy jumped on the back and barked at us to paddle. I'd hesitate to liken it to 'white water' rafting however; I'd say the most eventful part was when we got stuck on a rock and Leoni fell back in the boat! We soon came to the end of our ride and were stopped at the side of the river where some bamboo rafts were waiting. The five of us climbed on and looked expectantly at the two guys waiting there. However, neither they ...

Elephant camp and bamboo rafting!

A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand


... my silverware, plates, and bowls for me. My BCNC buddy even bought me a bracelet in the market as a gift and traveled alongside me as I tried to make sense of the pressure purchasing market areas. I had people strapping anklets on me and offering me purses and she patiently waited and tried to help and translated at times for me. Her companionship was much appreciated here.

Today was also a Thai language day. We learned many many names of animals and things and Kelly ...

Cultural Immersion

A travel blog entry by captainjacke


... outside the entrance. Inside, everyone was barefoot! This was so different from our germ-conscious/paranoid society that is utterly disgusted at the idea of so many people walking barefoot in a public space. Women were required to completely cover their legs to the ankles in respectful modesty. Leaving the temple, our guide led the way by sliding down the metal handrail! We all followed suit, and not a single other visitor seemed to bat an eye. ...


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