9W Boutique Studio
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that in order to grab our attention to ensure we saw it, was to become a convulsing ball of energy. It wasn't only spectacular seeing the eagle ray swim by, but it was really mind boggling seeing someone so enthusiastic, freaking out the way he did. He later told us that the last encounter he had with an eagle ray was 2yrs ago. A few minutes later we came across 3 leopard sharks swimming around our dive group. This was incredible as their leopard camouflage was identical to that of ...
... that spoke only Thai. Those are always some of my favourite experiences. With my ipad in hand, and a downloaded phrasebook, I can point to something someone else is eating and say "I'll have that", "please" and "thank you". This time I ended up getting some noodle soup dish with beef liver and chicken balls. Not exactly what I was expecting or was really interested in, but that's all part of the adventure. Ange and I arrived at the airport early hoping to get on the 3:45pm ...
... but some of them were pretty nice.
From the orchid and butterfly farm we were headed to a local market where our guide bought some supplies (mainly food for dinner and breakfast). The agency calls it “local jungle market” to make it sound better but it wasnīt anything alike. Itīs just a small village market, nothing special.
Before we started trekking to the elephant camp we had lunch (noodles with chicken, egg and vegetable). The portion wasnīt ...
... as we had dumped our things we wanted to head straight to Doi Suthep. This is a temple on top of a mountain, it used to house the emerald buddah and was built in the 14th century. We took a taxi ride up the mountain and then climbed the 400 or so stairs to the temple itself. It was incredibly beautiful but in a very different way to the grand palace. It seemed much more holy and intimate. Although there were still ...
... walked around their homes. The whole
thing seemed quite staged, and made the women seem like objects, so I am gald
we did not opt in to this part of the tour. I would much rather have trekked to
an actual village and interacted, rather than gawping at a tourist made stop,
Following the gawps and stares, our tour
guide drove us over to where we would be trekking in the jungle. We stopped at
a quick shack where ...