Tao Garden Health Spa & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... left the park and headed towards the waterfall/COFFEE. I've never wanted a gopro or really understood the need for one until our ride. The mountains and valleys and villages of Chiang Mai are absolutely stunning. I wanted to a get a video or picture but I was nervous on the back of the scooter. We stopped at a coffee place that had DELISH coffee-- and puppies! It was along the river and was so peaceful. We didn't find the actual waterfall because there's very poor signage ...
... After that we checked out a little of the Night Bazaar and then headed to a Muay Thai fight. I went to one in Koh Phi Phi but this one was different. After talking to Soki he sad that the on Phi Phi island is more for show and entertainment and that this one is actually a real fight. We got there and got some seats right in front of the ring and got some drinks served by none other than ladyboys. I sat next to Muriel and got to know her a lot ...
... equivalent! So yes, these ancient techniques are very powerful. There's a reason they have persisted over thousands of years. People would have dropped this seemingly tedious activity long ago if there wasn't an immense benefit! Anyway, I am packing up now, and my bag is heavy. I want to just leave most things behind (since I don't feel that attached to things anymore), but I do need clothes for the jungle and the beach. Plus, Sweden will be cold when I arrive, so I have to ...
... every 100 meters. The street was packed with tourists and locals, sometimes it was hard to move between the crowds. We lasted a couple of hours, then had to seek refuge back at our relatively peaceful hotel. The following day, we decided to leave the city for a few days to tour Northern Thailand countryside. We will complete a loop and return to Chiang Mai next week because our flight to Southern Thailand departs from the Chiang Mai airport.
... focus on just one thing – the pain, and not at all the myriad of things normally floating around our minds at any one time.
Finally by about Day 13, when I was still retaining all of that fluid, I decided that the physical risk was not what I could accept. I was just going to give it a couple more days, modifying my sitting a little on my own to see if I could get this situation under control.
I did this and it did help somewhat, but by now I was ...