Mai Siam Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Just a half day excursion today to give everyone a free afternoon. We headed to Doi Suthep, a mountain ("doi") west of Chiang Mai. It is 1,676 metres (5,499 ft) in elevation (about twice the size of Tremblant) and is one of the twin peaks of a granite mountain. 16 kilometers up the VERY winding switchback road led to our first destination, the Bhuping Palace. It's the winter palace of the royal family where they stay from December through ...
Hello from Chiang Rai! We're safe and well and have very much enjoyed slowly travelling further North through Thailand since we were last in touch. Our first train journey leaving Bangkok took us up to Phitsanulok which gave us the opportunity to visit the ancient capital, Sukothai. Rachel resisted the desire to give Iain a taste of his own medicine by playing petty pranks on him as he slept with his mouth open during the journey. We hired some ...
... is an excellent toolbox for life. Buddhist chant and meditation help many people reach a deeper level of calm and personal growth.
But this whole deal hinges on believing that this one, singularly gifted individual had essentially God-like ability to discern the only proper path to achieving these. And it is about time that we admit that the way that Buddhists in the land of his origin, and the lands that most prominently follow his way, do this ...
... with a large school situated in and enormous colonial style wooden building. There was a busy street market selling clothes and food. Not far from the boat dock, I came across one of the best food markets that I have ever seen in South East Asia. The scale of the market was huge, although by the late afternoon, when I arrived, many of the stalls had closed. To compensate for this, there were a very large number ...
... have naan and paratha bread, vegetable curry, chicken some thing and masala tea. Later on there's excruciating pop music and people behaving badly in some bar near us. Not the Irish pub, which, by the way shows football and cricket on a large screen. Somehow I managed to miss that. But only the first half of Chelsea versus Man City, which wouldn't be 100 percent fulfilling, I would have thought. So not a lot done today, but we really enjoyed the river ...