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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
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Student: Kru Melinda, why your hair like that (referring to my fuzzies/fly-aways)? You look like old man. *Proceeds to walk around hunched over, as if to imitate an old man.
Student: Kru Melinda is beautiful like Lady Gaga.
Student(s): You look like you have baby (while touching stomach).
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Me: How are you?
... at 3pm which left us very little time to go to Chiang Rai and back - 25 hours to be exact. As we jumped off the 'sick bus' back from Pai, we flagged down a tuk tuk and headed to the car rental place at the airport as we couldn't rely on the public bus to get us there and back in such a short period of time, missing our flight was not an option. We hired a cute little Honda Jazz and got on the road to Chiang Rai. We were ...
... NZ airport. We passed a display of very fancy massage chairs on the way, one of which resembles Darth Vader. The plane arrived an hour late, so I passed the time doing my maths homework. The flight was just over an hour, and we were served a small pottle of water and a tiny quiche thing in a paper bag. Tea and coffee were offered for sale. Disembarking and baggage collection was simple since it was an internal flight, and I was ...
... moved on to boarding point for our 3-4hours bamboo raft ride. Oh I had been so looking forward to this. It was a sturdy comfortable raft built by Jermsak. With three boatmen, Jermsak and his family (his wife cooked lunch on the raft for us), we started our journey. Followed the river flow, we moved on slowly. With free flowing beers, soft drinks and fruits, we enjoyed the scenery and peace on the river. One of the boatmen jumped into the water and caught fish with his bare hands. ...
... the large bus loads of school kids dropped off as soon as we entered the grounds. We did our best to avoid them, & it was an enjoyable hour or two spent there. Oh, & there is a shed with chicken wire holding two of the largest pythons I have ever seen.
After we made it back to Chiang Rai we climbed aboard another local bus, this one headed south. We planned to visit the White Temple before catching our evening bus to Chiang Mai. The White Temple is another ...
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