Ketawa Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... and hopefully make people think twice about going to visit animal circuses and riding elephants abroad. The ENP provides a home for these beautiful creatures as well as over 600 rescue dogs and cats. So the daily volunteer routine was: 7am - breakfast 8am - morning task (roughly 2hrs) 11.30am - (early!) lunch 1pm - afternoon task (roughly 2hrs) 6pm - dinner Evening - free time for massages, Thai lessons and socialising! (But in a lot of cases for me an early night haha). ...
My entire trip thus far has been a series of new cities, studying maps and trying to understand where the heck I am/where to go the moment I arrive. Flying to Chiang Mai was a totally different deal since I was actually here last year when Jon and I took our trip to Thailand (also the inspiration for my current trip). Feeling like a local, I was able to breeze through the streets again and wander the Night Bazaar with ease. I had mixed feelings of deja vu ...
... the fresh market (with pigs heads) and railway station on the way to Topland Plaza and a cool off in Swensen's. Had a coffee,mocha almond which was very nice. Headed home and the pool. Good to dip feet and legs into the cold water to stop the insect bites itching. Fresh fruit plate in our room when we returned-very pleasant surprise. Headed out just after 7pm to find food. Very little open and ...
So the morning came and Lauren was super excited as our volunteer project starts bright and early tomorrow. So today we decided to chill out and Skype families to catch up. Later on we decided to go to the Sunday Walking Street, which is crazy..... they shut off a road and stalls are set up selling a mixture of stuff from clothes to wooden sculptures to magnets you name it, it was their. Then ...
... patient usually isn’t paralyzed when the shock is delivered.
Additionally, I saw the international ward, which was very nice. The nurses can speak at least five languages there. I wish we could do that in America. They also had the names and pictures of staff on the wall from the highest position down. They said it was the patient’s right to know who was whom. Thailand is moving more into telling patients their rights, ...