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“For there will never cease to be poor in the land. Therefore I command you, ‘You shall open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy and to the poor, in your land.” – Deuteronomy 15:11… 545 more words

Thinking Aloud

Thailand, Chiang Rai - Doi Din Dong pottery, the Karen tribe village and a night in Chiang Rai City

Nice to get out into the countryside in this area. First stop was Doi Din Dang Pottery. As it was a Saturday it was quiet as the workers who are normally there were off but that made it nicer to wander around and enjoy the different stages from clay to finished product. 143 more words


Mensa Moments, Spas and Road Trips

Prior to leaving Phuket we just had enough time to book a hotel in Chiang Mai. Once we arrived in Chiang Mai, we found a taxi driver to take us from the airport into town. 1,431 more words


Fang & Thaton.

The minibus headed to the end of route 1095 and turned towards Chiang Mai. We shouted to the driver who had forgotten we were getting dropped of here as most people just head straight back to Chiang Mai. 789 more words

Day Fifteen

Didn’t have much work to do today as it was our last day. Normal routine in the morning and then just walked the dogs at one-ish because the new recruits for the week start pulling their weight now. 459 more words

Chiang Mai; "the city of real smiles"

Day 4: We arrived in Chiang Mai early in the morning, having taken the bus from Bangkok overnight – the cheapest way we could find costing around £11. 1,414 more words