A couple days ago I just reviewed my trip in March with Paul bear and his parent...just a first night in Chiang Mai I have to review others day as fast as I can cause I'm not sure When I have to go to Chiang Mai...maybe tomorrow or next day I will be busy with Visa stuffs and publishing my thesis soon.
Next day we got up at 9.00 PM had breakfast and prepare ourselves to Bann Tawai(The Village of Handicraft) it is not to far from Chiang Mai city only 10 Kms we rent a Honda car (Jazz) for 1,000 THB per day my Pual bear always asked me "Are you sure where we gotta go?" ...made me nervous a little bit...
Baan Tawai village was awarded OTOP Tourism Village of Thailand because of its unique character as the wood carving village. For a long time it became the center for various kinds of handicrafts and the largest handicraft village of Thailand. Baan-Tawai has also earned world-wide reputation from its skills and craftsmanship for decades. Nowadays it continues to deliver only good-quality handmade merchandises
Our Jazz car
some shop at Bann Tawai
Nice shop but I have no money
Parent and Son
after we walked more than 5 kms,all of us got tired and hungry before we back to hotel we went to my favorite place "Love a First Bite" now it 's famous and has lot of customers
"Love at First Bite"
Hmm...which one we like
...Our favorite time...
after big picecs of cake and cup of tea we went back to or hotel for relax before start next programm we went to Sunday night market at 6 PM we took Song Teaw(red Taxi) to Thapae Gate It is unbelievable market.We had to walk for nearly 3-4 kms from one end to the other...woo!! Its full of people ( Thais and Farangs) and lots of things to see,buy and bargains
English language teaching in Thailand Aussies guys volunteer work for Tourists Police in Chiangmai
Lots of things to see and buy
nice positon dad...cool
cute little Thai girl and her show
we had walk and walk when we get tired we made plan to have something to eat at Temple but it was raining too bad we changed our plan to "The Duke" Restaurant