The Mantrini Boutique Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mantrini Boutique Resort Chiang Rai
This hotel had nice rooms and a pool, with good breakfasts included.
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... Way - meaning no desire).
Buddha taught the basis for human morals lies in the 5 precepts for Laypeople.
1. No Killing (Respect all living things great and small.) Many Buddhists will not kill a fly, a bug or even a worm. These living creatures could very well could be a reincarnation of your mother or a loved one. I want to also add that Buddha was not a vegetarian but many ...
... spot instead. They dropped us in front of Khaosoy Maesai which was full of locals (always a good sign!). There were 3 options for the Khao Soi: pork, chicken or beef; we both decided on the chicken. The soup arrived quickly and looked spicy and inviting. They provided us with a plate of fermented cabbage, lime and red onion so I put a little of each in my bowl then took my first sip. Um, YUM; it lived up to the hype! It was the perfect amount of spice amidst the coconut milk ...
... just tried it). This too had been on our list of places to visit since our first trip to Thailand and as we pulled in, it certainly did not disappoint.
It was stunning!
We had about 1 1/2 hours to walk about and see the temple. We took lots of photos of the outside and saw many strange things including hands reaching up at you, skulls and other weird stuff incorporated into the design of the temple. Very strange.
After 14 months living in Chiang Rai, the day arrived when it was time to say my final goodbyes.
The Thursday before I left, one my students' family invited Hannah and I to dinner. We went to a beautiful riverside café for food, pictures and lots of hugs. After dinner, we met several of our Thai teachers at the Chiang Rai Night Bazaar, where they greeted us with bottles of whiskey and ...
... be boring, stressful, exhausting, as well as fun and interesting at times. The people I have met are a fantastic part of my volunteer experience. Talking with different types of people from all around the world is always a great learning experience. I fill richer and more worldy just living in a house with at least 6 different countries represented. I'm happy for this experience and I love how it only makes me want to go out and explore more. ...