Tao Garden Health Spa & Resort
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... most communication was done through smiles and the odd hand gesture. We were offered somewhere to stay, as they felt it was either too far to our next stop or just plain stupid to go back out in the pouring rain, but we had no choice if we wanted to get the bike back to Chiang Mai in time. We also figured it could quite easily be raining all of tomorrow morning, which would have meant tackling the rain anyway. The rain was pretty horrendous and both ...
... the 600th anniversary of the Chedi. On the southern side of the monument is five elephants, only the one on the far right without ears and a trunk, is the original. When we got back to the hostel, we watched an episode of game of thrones and there was a small bang on the door, I opened it to find a bar of toblerone...the lads next door supposedly did it by accident... Yeah I'm sure! So we got chatting and had a laugh and decided to go out later that night but ...
... and not having the right prayer books. After that it was off for dinner in a vast food court where we bought vouchers that could be redeemed at the various serveries. It was very cheap and similar to the Japanese food courts except theirs are fully automated. A stroll through the night market with all its souvenir stalls and bars with live bands playing led Zeppelin and chilli peppers covers until we reached the Chiang Mai cabaret where the local lady boys dance and mime to ...
... which coming from a guy who couldn't walk to the banister without getting giddy wasn't very believable! When he did get to the side and saw the drop he took it all back and got another drink! While we were up there some fireworks were going off way bellow us by the river. We must have been at least four or five times the height of them. We went back inside and Sean had booked us a table at Breeze. Which was on floor 52 and looked out to the other side ...
Our good friend Nong who has worked at the Night Safari in Chiang Mai for over 10 years gave us a private behind the scenes tour with the Rhino. We then went back with our friends the Royes to see the Night Safari. We were loaded on a train and went into the night thru several animal pens which was amazing to see.