In all packed tours we have to visit a few factories clearly prepared tor tourist and guide commissions.
In Chiang Mai it looked a little bit different - as we were a small group we were taken from... more
This is another Jungle Kid, the Little-Pinky-No-Pants. He is good at asking for candies, playing with baby puppy, riding a dog while twisting its ears like riding a motorbike, and playing with knife.... more
STOP 4 on DOI INTHANON NATIONAL PARK TOUR
Just up the road from the ranger station is a Hmong market, which sells produce from the Royal Project and Hmong villages around Mae Chaem.
Actual Hmong... more
STOP 2 on DOI INTHANON NATIONAL PARK TOUR
The Siriphum Waterfall is tall, pretty waterfall.
The waterfalls are actually twins, two parallel streams of water, named for His Majesty King Bhumibol and... more
STOP 5 @ DOI INTHANON NATIONAL PARK TOUR
Heading up the Mountain in our bus, it became foggier & foggier, this was in June, 2009.
Near the top of the Summit, where the Royal Chedi's are, it was thick... more
I love the style of the golden umbrellas and the whole setting of Wat Doi Suthep. On most days you can get a nice cool breeze too! It would be a hard bicycle trip up but of course could be done and... more
Smoke from inscents swirl around the nose, travel through the body until it reaches the depths of the heart. The chanting of monks can be heard in the distance. Bells from the monasteries chime in the...
Chiang Mai is Thailand's northern capital, and is quite popular with tourists and also Thais.
A short flight from Bangkok and I arrived in Chiang Mai. The countryside looked quite pretty from the......