Yang Tone Farm Stay
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... was mesmerising. Given the food was so cheap, less than 20p for meat on a stick, there was no reason not to try everything. Well...everything apart from the fried chicken heads!
This place, whilst still traditional in its ways, was still very welcoming, and despite the hustle of the street market down Thanon Wualai (also known as Silver Village), two minutes walk from Chiang Mai Gate, was surreally relaxing. The stalls sold everything from clothing, to wooden ...
... with food stalls and souvenirs.
After walking up and down a number of times as I could not decide what I wanted I grabbed a spinach and cheese bruschetta which was fab then found a little bistro cafe with pretty table clothes and ordered a berry tes which was served in a lovely tea cup and a tuna salad. Eyes too big for my belly, I felt I could treat myself after 3 days of just juice! I later headed back for a shower and met my roommates who were lovely! It was sad they ...
... The huge choice of places to eat, drink, party, buy tat and other randomness meant we didn't bother moving and ended up in the fun Brick Bar watching the excellent house band play with huge crowds of locals.
A fitting end to our brief time in Bangkok and we were definitely ready to move on the next day- the famous Thai islands were calling and we'd had enough of cities again. We were aiming for Koh Tao and hoped we'd get a smooth run down there and continue to be engrossed by Thailand's charms. We were in for a ...
We left at 8 AM for the Elephant Nature Park, which is an elephant conservation centre. It is currently home to 44 elephants rescued from street begging, logging or injured by land mines working close to the Burmese border. Some of the elephants had horrific injuries and 6 were blind from owners taking out their eyes when they refused to obey instructions. These animals live ...
... start to New Year, 13-15th, where water throwing (drenching) is part of the tradition. I think we'll stay well clear of the city tomorrow!! Final leg of the day was a drive west of the city to the temple on the hill. Worth it for the view of Chiang Mai and also to listen to the monks chant prayer at 6pm. Dined at a vegetarian restaurant in the Chiang Mai cultural center and closed the night with a few beers with Jim, Marcel and coco, the podgy poodle that loves to be ...