Chiang Mai Night Safari Resort
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... was still one positive thing about the ride…the elephant seemed to be a free spirit so it did anything it wanted. It stopped and ate whenever it felt like and didnīt listen to the worker that much. The elephant practically ate half of the jungle during our trekking. It didnīt take us very far though and did just a small circle around the camp, not longer than 40 minutes. Since it was 9 of us and only 2 elephants we had to take turns (two persons per elephant).
... to show my license and it was obvious that I had never done this before. The guy had to show me how to start it and then had to stop the traffic for me because I had no clue. With bon on the back, bag on my front we just about managed to set off on our little 50cc twist and go with a little basket on the front. We whizzed through Chiang Mai city and partway up A mountain where we made a discovery of a waterfall in this jungle,- the views were pretty spectacular. You sit ...
... Mai is famous for being the best place to celebrate the festival as they go all out, so off we went to see what all of the fuss was about.
We arrived in the morning with many other tourists fresh off the night train after some yummy train food and after being laughed at by the whole train. Clumsy Marts spilt a whole large bottle of beer all over his bed and clothes, ha ha ha, divvy, cant take him anywhere! Bless the lovely train man for coming and changing his bed, ...
... especially the cleanliness, bedrooms and the kitchen.
AirAsia covers flights for the whole region and this is the company we used to get about. Watch out if you are flying with them from Kuala Lumpur as they use the old airport terminal (KLCC) which is 20 mins. away from the main airport. We made this mistake but luckily had left ourselves enough time to make the switch.
In Chiang Mia we attended classes for Yoga, Meditation ...
... it resembles a gigantic crocheted
doily, perfectly knitted. Colourful street vendors and rickshaws abound but
there’s no hassling for business here. Just friendly smiles and a ‘we are here
for you if you want us’ pleasant attitude.
It was very hot and I was tired but there was still more
to do. We took a short drive to a huge open air Plaza on the shores of the Malacca
Straits, the strip of sea that ...