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Chiang Mai and the 300 temples.

Chiang Mai, Thailand

So, dispatches from Thailand have Nuttter wandering around Chiang Mai absorbing the local customs and snapping away at the amazing world she is now part of.

Unfortunately I could not get any photos from her as the internet cafe she is at is powered by hampsters. I have it on good authority that there are roughly 300 temples in Chiang Mai, they just sneak up on you! The humidity is so thick that you can cut it with a knife, Nuttter is working hard to retain moisture and drinking lots and lots of BOTTLED water.

Tomorrow, Nuttter heads for Chiang Khong, on the border of Thailand and Laos. Chiang Khong is a popular border crossing for backpackers and has many guest houses and some fantastic waterfall views along the famous Mekong River. Not sure if she will be staying there for a day or so or continuing into Laos.

MOZZIE BITE TALLY: 1. (Mozzie=Mosquito)

Hindered by an unwarranted, unannounced and very rude 12hr day at work, nothing was done on Monday. Spare Um is 3/4 prepped for sheet-rocking, I have decided to do the walls as well, stupid not too when going so far. Once I am clear and clean and ready for sheetrocking, I jump into the Office and get that to the same stage.

permalink written by  Groovespook on July 14, 2009 from Chiang Mai, Thailand
from the travel blog: Nuttter's S.E. Asian Escapade
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I really loved Chian Mai, well I enjojed all Thailand, but specially Chian Mai, Sukothai and Chiang Rai, and of course the islands...Thailand is realy amazing and is also quite cheap to move around there. I hope to come back some day!

permalink written by  MEXICO BEACHES on July 14, 2009

This is so fun to read, as your neighbor both on the street and in the world. Thank you for your reportage, Groovespook and Nutter: you are an inspiration to keep the traveling spirit alive during every stage of life!

Love A.

permalink written by  Annalise Silivanch on July 15, 2009

DID YOU KNOW: Hamsters also can be used for food!

permalink written by  St. Joe on July 15, 2009

I am very found of traveling.Today's i have search so many Ashien travel blogs.But your blog is really guide me.

permalink written by  Karachi Hotel on September 16, 2009

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