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... if you can afford it go for a 3 day trek, i could have stayed out doing it for a week if i could have! Nightlife is decent in Chang Mai too, loads of bars and good food at the bazaar.
This was a long entry and apologies if i did drone on but honestly i could go on and on about the trek and everything else we got up to here! I am in Pai now, further north and hippie central but that's for next time.
Beard Report - Ginger!
Liam Report - Alive!
... sore to get them whitened. And was more painful afterwards, but that finally went away by the next day.
After this, all four of us caught up and got hour long facials. It was so good I fell asleep (like snoring asleep), and even included a neck and arm massage. All for $8. Then we checked out a temple down the road in the centre of the old city - Wat Chedi Luang.
Markets, markets and more markets
There are quite a ...
... texture is just different. Thank goodness for a banana and a special kind of fruit that i do not know how to spell.
I did not get to mention it is sooooo HOT here and the Thai people are walking around with jackets on if they only knew what cold felt like...!!!!
Tomorrow we have hospital orientation so i am really looking forward to that.
In the mean time until i get use to time difference i am going to head to bed now..
... like the voice of your mother running throuh your head as you come up on a narrow bit which doesn't seem the safest to cross. Momma! You keep me safe you do! Lol The last day Lindsay spent together in Pai was a quiet one as we both prepped to make our journeys to the opposite ends of south east asia. I was off to meet my friend from home in Seam Riep, Cambodia and Lindsay was off to traverse the Mekong river through Laos. It was weird to leave my friend whom I had been ...
... sempre traz aquela sensação "ufaaa que delicia, valeu a pena todo esforço da subida pra ver isso aqui de cima". Depois seguimos uma caminhada light até o acampamento. Passamos por algumas vilas bem remotas, sem energia elétrica e algumas formadas por refugiados do Myanmar, e muitas, muitas plantações de couve. Lindo de ver as plantações pela montanha. O acampamento também era num lugar bem isolado.. Enquanto preparávamos o jantar no fogão à lenha tomavamos uma cerveja e uma ...