Veranda Chiangmai - The High Resort
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... in anticipation of what is supposedly a fantastic New Years celebration. Chiang Mai is a really chilled out city, full of cool bars, restaurants and coffee shops. Westerners and backpackers are everywhere, its the most comfortable we've felt since we left Edinburgh. On our first night We went to meet a friend of Marks, who lives here in Thailand with his girlfriend. Sean took us to a cool bar for dinner called "Kafe" His girlfriend Air ordered everything for ...
... and looks to be fairly modern. There's a lovely area downstairs with a little kitchen for cooking food. I'm in a 6 bed dorm, but no one else has arrived yet... Although I see loads of people arriving now so maybe they will join me! There's a lot of confusion going on about this festival, a certain part of it you have to pay for and tickets are so expensive, but all of the information ...
... with a Banana smoothie, had a Khoa soi and several Ice creams and a pancake.
The thing about Chiang Mai is that there was still so much more to do and I intend to come back here to the hostel and do it sometime. I want to visit Tiger Kingdom, the national park, the 3d museum, the national museum, the gardens, the flight of the gibbon, the golden triangle and more!
Well thats enough for now and in fact if you read this whole blog - well done!
... forever". Well played, but it's still too much. The manager comes over and starts slashing prices. "I want you to have something nice". Me too. "What are you wanting to pay." How about $25. I dont say this because I know it would be offensive. After all, it's the highest quality jade in 14k gold setting. She keeps reducing the price always saying it's the lowest she can go. I am just trying to walk away politely because I've wasted their ...
... was still one positive thing about the ride…the elephant seemed to be a free spirit so it did anything it wanted. It stopped and ate whenever it felt like and didnīt listen to the worker that much. The elephant practically ate half of the jungle during our trekking. It didnīt take us very far though and did just a small circle around the camp, not longer than 40 minutes. Since it was 9 of us and only 2 elephants we had to take turns (two persons per elephant).