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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
Thailand is the craziest place I've ever seen!
The place is full of real characters who in all honesty I think would be better in an asylum somewhere, people who are out to rip you off for every baht you've got and also the kindest most friendly people you'll ever meet outside of Liverpool.
Bangkok was a bit of a culture shock, I really thought I knew what I was in for but I didn't. The place is hectic and there is a definite ...
So... another country, following another border crossing and a 10hr bus journey. All went smoothly and we walked into Thailand with slightly heavier passports but no hassle. We arrived in Bangkok eventually where we were tipped out of the bus and left to find our guest house. As we navigated our way through the streets we passed nothing other than Boots where Ed had to stop for a photo. Once checked in we showered and went for dinner before heading to bed ready ...
... card I booked with, I provide her with that, she stares at me, stares at the screen, stares back at me and asks her supervisor a question in Thai - at this point I'm like hang about, whats going on? "Sorry sir your flight isn't until tomorrow", no no its today i promise, let me get the confirmation out (acting all cocky again, whilst people behind are huffing and puffing). Yeh so I get the confirmation out and erm yeh its the day after, fuk sakes. I apologise, grab ...
... and quickly snuck over. This time it took two mahouts to convince her this was a bad idea and she sauntered away with them back into the distance.
We were lead through the camp to the dog enclosure which kept the dogs contained whilst they were spayed, neutered or being re-homed. All the dogs at the park were vaccinated and there were a team of about 5 vets helping to care for them. Apparently Lek who runs elephant nature park loves all animals and cannot say no to an animal ...
... War....just gets you to thinking....Anyway, he had a Thai friend who played guitar and a lovely young Thai lad named Kin was singing songs. First the songs were American songs like Bad Bad Leroy Brown and Hey Jude - obviously songs from the American world, but then Kin and the guitar player did some Thai songs and it was magic! We did not win the "Happy Lucky" draw (You know the song..."99 bottles of beer on the wall...99 bottles ...
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