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Chiang Mai, Thailand

Posted on 29 March 2012 by brett

Real Monk or Not?

Real Monk or Not?

Northern Thailand was quite a refreshing break from the previous few months on the road through Burma, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. Thailand in general is a very easy and friendly country to travel around. The Thais are very much set up for tourism and this is why so many people from all over the world vacation or choose to live in Thailand. One can find just about anything they need. Most Thais are extremely friendly and willing to help tourists, especially in Northern Thailand. 

Exotic Asian Art

Exotic Asian Art

Chiang Mai is a great place to stay awhile and hang out with a multitude of things to see and do.  Chiang Mai old town is a square of 1.5 sq km surrounded on all four sides by a moat and a 700 year old  medieval wall once used to protect the city from the Burmese. Inside the city walls are a number of small streets and alley ways filled with friendly family guesthouses, restaurants, cafes, shops and markets. The great thing about Chiang Mai is while you have many tourists and expats in the city, there is also a large mix of locals living all throughout the city. It’s very easy to mix in with the local people and get to know those friendly faces from Chiang Mai and their culture.  Continue Reading

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