There is a wide and varied range of places to eat in Chiang Mai, but let me share with you 4 of my favourites, which all happen to be within th walls of the Old Town. I promise you won't be disappointed if you choose to pay these places a visit!
Chiang Mai is deemed to have some of the best cooking classes in Thailand so on one lazy afternoon, after spending the morning by the pool we decided to book a class at Zabb E Lee cooking school.
I doubt there is ever a dull moment in the streets of Bangkok. Market stalls selling anything from street food to gadgets and clothing, line most streets. Mopeds fly past you more often than you blink, the air smells of food, waste and polution, it is loud, it is hectic, it is unique and charming in it's own awesome way. It is BANGKOK!
A lot has happened since my last post reviewing 48 hours in Sydney, so let’s catch up, here is what I have been up to…what I have learnt along the way…and what I think some of you may find helpful or interesting at one point or another.
Travel gives you the same thing you received every time you faced a big change, the opportunity to make new choices. The chance to re-invent yourself without judgment or prejudice. It opens up the gates to a new playground and reminds you that the world stretches far beyond the borders of your comfort zone.
As previously mentioned, I had been advised by many of my friends that Sydney is very different from Melbourne and that most people tend to prefer one or the other. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely loved Melbourne but I found it very European. Sydney on the other hand reminded me that I was in Australia, and I loved it.