Veranda Chiangmai - The High Resort
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So my first stopover in northern Thailand was a treat, welcomed back with the sweet sights of 7-11s in each corners. Followed by the Sunday night market back to casual browsing, Christmas shopping for the little cousins under the age of 6 and newborns as well as some gifts for the mum, dad and brother. The street food filled the air with a buzz and a grand £3.50 was spent on fresh sushi, pad Thai, croquettes and ...
... should indulge so we set out in search of a place recommended by Boyd (who else?). The centre was very professional and we felt more healthy just for being there. Although we were always confident that the masseurs knew what they wee doing, it did feel at times like they might break us. It was hard not to laugh out loud when being told to relax and the same time as having your arms wrenched behind your back! They were ...
... elephants! We were chuffed with the outcome of our elephants and it wasn't until the sales assistant was packing it up that we realised.. How are we going to get these home?!?! We'll find a way, we hope! Later we went to the train Stn to book our night train to Bangkok. It cost 1672 baht (£32) for us both and is 13-14hr trip.. When we arrive we will have 3 days until we fly home ...
... it wasn't terrible, nice to be able to lay down over the long trip and sleep unlike a plane. In Chiang Mai we walked to hostel touring the city at same time, nice place. Got some food, it's already way cheaper here than bangkok. I like the city quite a bit more too, not as cluttered and busy and seems to be a lot to do here. For supper got some food from the market next to our ...
... below)... We then went for breakfast and went exploring around the town to get our bearings - saw a few temples along the way! There are monks everywhere and when locals walk past them they drop to their knees and start praying to them. You are not allowed to point your feet at them or look them in the face - I got a strange look from a monk when I gave him a thumbs up without realising!! We booked our elephant rides for Sunday and ...