19 Jan

I love Chiang Mai. It is fantastic place to visit.

Its Bangkok but smaller and less smelly, so way better! We arrived by plane a little after dark and made the taxi driver take us to this small road called Soi 7 where all the hostels are located within the walls of the old town.

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The first night was spent walking and making bad decisions to eat Americanized food, although a hamburger would be nice I can say if you’re ever here, don’t do it it’s not worth it. Except for maybe McDonald’s, that’s the same in every country.

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Red Curry.

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Banana Shakes
The next day was spent crusin’ around on bikes, learning how to deal with traffic, exploring markets, and a few of the hundreds of temples that reside inside the town walls.

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They have this exceptional market on the weekends where the locals buy and sell their goods. It’s a little touristy but still used a lot by…

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