We went from chabad to the night bazaar where I swear the designers from urban must come to gain inspiration.
Pai: The Rastafarian Town to the NorthView Post
This morning I woke up before the boys and spent some time blogging, thinking, and walking a bit. I was up for a couple hours before them and it was really nice to have the morning to myself. They woke up around eight and we got the day started leisurely. It was nice to be able to relax and not feel rushed to leave at a specific time. We decided we would rent motorcycles and ride up to Doi Suthep.
Mosquitos, Elephants, French, and BambooView Post
We arrived to the train station two hours before we were supposed to depart for Chiang Mai. We found our car and took our seats. The train was still being set up by an overweight man with no shirt on. He was very nice but also seemed confused as to why we were there so early.
I had a really hard time sleeping in our hostel last night. I was pretty much awake the whole night except for twenty minute spurts of sleep here and there.
I landed in Bangkok around 6:00pm on Monday night. One day later than I had anticipated arriving but, my detour to China was surprisingly fun. Customs and baggage claim in Bangkok were really easy and quick. I got my bags, freshened up, and got ready to head to the Seder.
We landed in Beijing with about 30 minutes to spare. Our flight took a longer path from New York so what should have been a 13 hour flight was actually a 14 hour flight
The day started off pretty interesting in New York city. I realized late on Friday night that I did not have my passport on me.
Tomorrow I am going to Thailand for two weeks! I am so excited and have not packed and am freaking out a little bit but it will be okay. I leave tomorrow from JFK and fly to Beijing and then to Bangkok.
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