Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
Nach den tollen Eindrücken von Chiang Mai und dem Loy Krathong-Fest haben wir uns auch die Erkundung des nördlichsten Teiles Thailands vorgenommen.
Dazu haben wir uns ein Mietauto in Chiang Mai genommen und bereisen das Land nun auf eigener Achse.
An den Verkehr haben wir uns schon gewöhnt, man fährt hier ja links.
Auf dem Weg in den …
... but from adults as well. I've heard it said that Thai people believe it is okay to tell you if you look tired, gained weight, need to change your outfit (etc.), because they think they are doing you a favor. Your friend is telling you she thinks you look fat just to be sure you are aware you are putting on some pounds. Thailand is hot. I ride a moto to school. Rarely do I sleep well. The combination means I am constantly sweating, sleepy, and a ...
... and a number of free gifts like a desk fan, laptop bag and iPhone speaker! They also owed him a knife for some reason? But we were in a rush to get the bike back before 6pm, so unfortunately had to leave before they returned with it!
That evening we went back to the night bazaar for dinner with the French girls.. Who turned out to be lesbians!! Was an interesting dinner, as just as Mike sat down with his make you own soup, ...
... Local Dish: Spicy Sausage (the further north you go the more spicy food gets!)
- Pineapple spicy salad with yoghurt and vegetables
- Chocolate flavoured crisps
International McDonalds Meal: No McDonalds
Local Beer: Chang, Singha
Baan Warabordee - $20 a night. Great room with a ...
... to our guesthouse around 2.30am. The next day (18/02/13) we both woke up pretty hungover and went out in search of brunch. We ate in a local styled cafeteria; Jocelyn had Thai pork noodle soup and I ate coconut chicken curry noodle soup which was amazing! Nice to have some flavour in our food for a change!! Didn’t do much today, walked around a couple of times to check out the city (dim sum restaurants and bookshops etc), but quite hungover we just didn’t ...