Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... to cover me until LP. My poor brain has been struggling with the currency and exchange rate. I am not sure if I had enough to get me through for two days as I just couldn't do the math. Pretty embarrassing on my half, especially as I have been working on a daily basis with currency conversion I to JPY. The boat is ...
... in the bars for several weeks before we got there. God lead them to start a movement/awareness lead by God to eradicate Chiang Mai of sex trafficking and prostitution. It's called "She's Worth More." The heart being that a women in prostitution is a child of God, created in God's image and later in the night she will be bought for sex. Please pray for there group. We worked with Lighthouse Ministries, who continually reach out to these women ...
... then chuck one of those in my room and you'll hear the screams haha... I am of course exaggerating ever so slightly, it is only roaches that have this affect on me, they are foul filthy little things and I simply cannot abide them. My friend Charlie will tell you, we had one in our beach hut and she had to come to the rescue whilst I was leaping about like a balereana lollol
So before long I arrived in Chiang Rai, I had already looked on-line and picked one of the ...
... am an incredibly nervous and tense driver which caused my muscles and hands to cramp. The first 3 hours of the drive were highway (which wasn't bad) but the last hour was an upward climb. The road winds up the mountain and peaks and falls throughout. On top of that, there were a lot of potholes, which meant a lot of gassing, breaking and swerving.*We were the only people driving automatic scooters. Everyone else had a manual bike/motorcycle, and yet ...
... for our cooking session. It was a fascinating experience getting to see various meat, fish, vegetables and fruit some of which we would have never tried due to the fact it looked weird! We were also shown the different types of rice available in the region as well as the process of using coconuts to make cream and milk. We even got to try the regions 'chocolate' a combination of mashed-up soy bean and palm sugar only available for a very small period ...
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