Chiang Mai Inn
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loved it here, the staff are awesome, the rooms are lovely and sooo cheap and they do an exclusive 'real jungle' experience!
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... day in Chiang Mai sweating around Wats. There are lots of Wats in Chiang Mai and they were all quite stunning. Really different from the buddhism that we had seen in Tibet and India. All disco shiny and decorations. A lot of them also had waxwork monks sitting at the front. I presume these were religious leaders of the past... but still not sure about the wax works they were very realistic and a little creepy. There are lots of pictures of Wats. It was nice walking ...
Back in Chiang Mai for a week for relaxing before life begins again in Kuala Lumpur. There is something I really like about Chiang Mai and I've decided if I had to move to an Asian city this would be it. It's the second largest city in Thailand but feels a bit like Perth in its relative sleepiness but like Melbourne in the way locals are proud of their city, friendly and have a lot of culture to offer. But soooo much to do!!! You could holiday here three or four times and ...
... hundreds of people wishing and praying – and the sensation is unparalleled. Though, honestly, the memory that my brain tied the feeling to, that came to mind as I watched the human and visual beauty unfurl before me, was sitting down with loved ones each holiday season to watch the old claymation Christmas specials. Perhaps from now on “The Year Without a Santa Claus” will make me think of Loy Krathong.
Other November highlights included Ryan and ...
... I will never see these friends again. Throughout this program I learned so much about people, myself, and life. I have many thoughts and feelings about these past three weeks which makes it difficult to get it all down on paper. Sit with me over coffee and I could talk your ear off but for now, I will do my best to get my point across.
What was the biggest thing that I took away from this trip? I'm glad you asked. I would have to say learning to let ...
... feeling a little refreshed we made our way to the market, there was thousands upon thousands of people there, Thai's and travellers. There was so many pretty and colourful things on sale aswell as loads of gorgeous food.
The sights and smells were incredible.
If you came away from the market without buying anything, then something is wrong with you ...