Baannamping Riverside Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... whole thing to ourselves! It was quite interesting because there was a church service being held right next to the pool (entirely in Thai! ) It was fun to listen to, especially because I'm starting to pick up on some Thai words and phrases now! We did a little experimenting with my underwater camera, and then headed back to the room to start off our day! We decided to go into the city and do a little exploring, but unfortunately about 5 minutes after ...
Planning ahead we ventured into Brisbane to drop our bags at our hostel before dropping Barri off. As we returned back to Brisbane on the train heading out of the station we noticed we directly opposite our Base hostel. On closer inspection we realised the hostel did not look familiar and realised there must be more than one Base hostel. Speaking to guy on reception we discovered this was in fact our hostel, unfortunately our bags were ...
... but each clearly had its own personality and interests. Some wanted to race to be first. Some didn't care at all what the others were doing and wanted to eat. Some were extra playful (with the encouragement of the mahoot!) and sprayed us with mud and water. After we were able to rinse off and change before lunch. We had chicken and noodles in a coconut milk soup with pineapple. We also got to chat with Daniel about ...
Today was our first full day in Chiang Mai and we are in love. It's such a beautiful place, much less busy than Bangkok with all the sights fairly close together. It has such a nice vibe about it. We found an Irish pub down the road which makes western breakfasts (Thai people eat rice and noddles for breakfast) so we stopped here. Derrick had a full English and I had pancakes with egg and bacon - yummy! We rented a bicycle ...
... my imagination and soothed my wounds and celebrated my success and my every day. My life is a garden. It has been watered and tended and cared for by so many and most important, my parents taught me how to really care for it. It is precious. If I don’t water it or if I water it too much…it can die. If I ignore it ….it might grown overwhelming. There is a balance that I am seeking…always. ...