Ketawa Boutique Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In some ways Chiang Rai is what some say Chiang Mai used to be. Some say (like the aussie dude I met) No way it's Pai man! (he didn't actually say 'Man' but he should have) I say rubbish!
Its all good. I got the feeling from Chiang Rai that the falang tourist industry is not their mainstay
by any stretch of the imagination and is very Thai and very vibrant.
The white temple is too touristy and rushed.Not to ...
So, the programme? Why be nervous? Ian has been my personal trainer on and off for 16 years. And for 10 years he has run an annual programme to Thailand. Detox and box.. Twice a day kick boxing in a Muay Thai gym with local trainers. No big deal you might think. Just an exercise class. You are right of course, but the thing that makes it challenging is that we fast.. "Fast"? Yes! My diet for 9 days is made up of water, a bit of fibre powder and ...
... community but we did speak to some of the committee leaders.
I am fascinated by the dynamics of this community, its structure, and members. There is such a sense of community and concern for each member. For example if one of the villagers is sick and needs to go to the hospital the community will pay 150 baht for up to ten nights for them to stay in the private hospital, getting the best care. It seems that from a practical standpoint ...
This morning I felt sick once again, so they decided to start me on some antibiotics which can be bought straight from the pharmacy here (unlike in the USA). We had a breakfast which included a green salad. Our Thai buddies came out to speak to us for a few minutes, despite having class in just a few minutes. They have different priorities here- like taking care of us, since they are our guides here.
We left for Nakorping hospital at 8:30 am, dressed in our ...
... fun to see what brings people to a country. We have met some young people that have moved here with internet and consulting businesses that they can do from anywhere. They moved here because of the sense of peace and tranquility of the Buddist people. Chiang Mai is also a huge metro for schools and universities, so there is a lot of culture and education around. A couple of our new friends are teachers at ...