Chiang Mai, part deux


Thought this was interesting photo- ever seen a tuk-tuk with an amp, dvd-player and screen?

164_6445-4.JPGChiang Mai was pretty different for us, this time around. Instead of a sanitary tiled cube of a room, we stayed in a boutique hotel tucked back in some sois. And instead of taking classes or going on treks, we contented ourselves with visiting wats, enjoying the food, and exploring the city. This was our second time here and we’re only spending three full days here this time around, so I don’t have too much to write. Mainly, we’ve just been catching up and hanging out with my parents. Chiang Mai is good for chilling out because there’s not too much to do.

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