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suddenly feel like going jalan-jalan -
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" i can’t believe i am still up. sometime around evening, my heart started to itch. first stop : www.airfares.com.sg. mein gott $299 to colombo! that’s a good deal. despite the grenade attack recently at some bollywood event which killed a couple of people and injured many others, i really feel like going. unfortunately to realise, my travel kakis aren’t available in january. booo! after consultation with a couple of people, was told it’s unwise to travel alone in sri lanka. double boooooooo!!! a friend and a sister went there and were harrassed. another friend was grabbed at the market. and a male friend said his hotel room was bombed. triple booooooooo!!! i was thinking of using the public transport. i can’t afford to book a jeep all for myself. it’s also boring to be sitting alone in a jeep with a driver. booooooooo!!! booooooooo!!! boooooooo!!!

i coaxed myself and decided not to go anywhere.

BUT i couldn’t sleep, and took out my south-east asia lonely planet an hour ago to read. then suddenly my heart protested "buay tahannnnnnnnnnnnnnn laaaaaaaaaaa!!!! i want to go somewhere!!! i want to go somewhere!!!! i want to get out of singaporeeeeeeeeeee, i must go out and playyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!"

and so i logged on to www.airfares.com.sg again. ehhhh, got chiang rai / chiang mai promotion also! $295 on thai airways. i’m just worried that there are no more seats for early january. i am going to call them tomorrow.

since sri lanka sounds like a no-go (boooooooooo!!!! ), i’m VERY sure that i’ll be all right in north thailand ALONE. i want to go for a five-day WHITEWATER RAFTING & TREKKING to see my most favourite people in the world. who else lah but the mountain tribesmen!!!! wuahahahahaha!!! a friend of mine was telling me i should just marry one of these hmong people since i am so in love with them.

me & my in-laws (LOL). look closely, i do share some of their features, right? wakakaka

but you see lah, the itinerary is so exciting and affordable (like around S$100 for everything). can die, man!

Chiang Mai Whitewater Rafting

Our full day trip will begin from your hotel / guest house or our designated "pick up point" . We will drive north out of Chiang Mai’s city center, before arriving at our private camp in Sop Kai. We gear up our rafts and "put in" . We push our way through about 20-25 rapids ranging from grade 2 to 4. The day is filled with spectactular jungle views as we pass some river side hill tribe camps, an elephant camp, while observing wildlife in its natural habitat.

Continuing along the river, the gradient becomes steeper and the rapids become more frequent, encountering rapids with such names as "Dragon", "Swimmer’s Chute" and "Near the Wall ". We finish our day’s trip at our private river camp, then return to Chiang Mai.

PLUS

Rafting Trek - 3 Days 2 Nights Itinerary:

Day 1

7.30am - 8.00am

Get collected from your Chiang Mai Hotel / Guesthouse. (only applies to trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

9.30am

Breakfast at Chiang Dao Nest (only included for trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

10.00am car from Chiang Dao Nest. Drive for about 1 hour, Stop off at a viewpoint and a Lisu village village enroute. Continue to a point where we start walking. We will have lunch in the forest before continuing on a lenghty trek though the forest for our overnight destination a Lisu village. Have evening meal in the village. Simple accommodation overnight.

Day 2

Breakfast. Short car journey to the river where we will meet our bamboo raft(s) and rafter(s).

Raft downriver for about 4 hours stopping for lunch. When we arrive at a riverside Karen Village we will get off the raft to undertake a 2 hour walk to another Karen village where we will eat and sleep.

Day 3

Breakfast. Walk for 2 hours to an Elephant Camp where we will ride an elephant for about 1 hour. Have lunch before getting back onto a bamboo raft. Raft for about 4 hours, stop off en route to visit a Lahu Village. transfer back to Chiang Dao Nest/ Chiang Mai

N.B. This area does get a few groups passing through, and we do not guarantee that you will not see others. Having said that we will endeavour to go to and sleep in areas were other groups are not. The reason why other groups go here is that it is beautiful countryside and the river rafting is special.

tomorrow morning i shall go and book flight. *crosses fingers that seats will still be available*

"
 
 
suddenly feel like going jalan-jalan -
From: licencetospill.net
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" i can’t believe i am still up. sometime around evening, my heart started to itch. first stop : www.airfares.com.sg. mein gott $299 to colombo! that’s a good deal. despite the grenade attack recently at some bollywood event which killed a couple of people and injured many others, i really feel like going. unfortunately to realise, my travel kakis aren’t available in january. booo! after consultation from a couple of people, they said it’s unwise to travel alone to sri lanka. double boooooooo!!! a friend and a sister went there and were harrassed. another friend was grabbed at the market. and a male friend said his hotel room was bombed. triple booooooooo!!! i was thinking of using the public transport. i can’t afford to book a jeep all for myself. it’s also boring to be sitting alone in a jeep with a driver. booooooooo!!! booooooooo!!! boooooooo!!!

i coaxed myself and decided not to go anywhere.

BUT i couldn’t sleep, and took out my south-east asia lonely planet an hour ago to read. then suddenly my heart screamed "buay tahannnnnnnnnnnnnnn laaaaaaaaaaa!!!! i want to go somewhere!!! i want to go somewhere!!!! i want to get out of singaporeeeeeeeeeee, i must go out and playyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!"

and so i logged on to www.airfares.com.sg again. ehhhh, got chiang rai / chiang mai promotion also! $295 on thai airways. i’m just worried that there are no more seats for early january. i am going to call them tomorrow.

since sri lanka sounds like a no-go (boooooooooo!!!! ), i’m VERY sure that i’ll be all right in north thailand ALONE. i want to go for a five-day WHITEWATER RAFTING & TREKKING to see my most favourite people in the world. who else lah but the mountain tribesmen!!!! wuahahahahaha!!! a friend of mine was telling me i should just marry one of these hmong people since i am so in love with them.

but you see lah, the itinerary is so exciting and affordable (like around S$100 for everything). can die, man!

Chiang Mai Whitewater Rafting

Our full day trip will begin from your hotel / guest house or our designated "pick up point" . We will drive north out of Chiang Mai’s city center, before arriving at our private camp in Sop Kai. We gear up our rafts and "put in" . We push our way through about 20-25 rapids ranging from grade 2 to 4. The day is filled with spectactular jungle views as we pass some river side hill tribe camps, an elephant camp, while observing wildlife in its natural habitat.

Continuing along the river, the gradient becomes steeper and the rapids become more frequent, encountering rapids with such names as "Dragon", "Swimmer’s Chute" and "Near the Wall ". We finish our day’s trip at our private river camp, then return to Chiang Mai.

PLUS

Rafting Trek - 3 Days 2 Nights Itinerary:

Day 1

7.30am - 8.00am

Get collected from your Chiang Mai Hotel / Guesthouse. (only applies to trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

9.30am

Breakfast at Chiang Dao Nest (only included for trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

10.00am car from Chiang Dao Nest. Drive for about 1 hour, Stop off at a viewpoint and a Lisu village village enroute. Continue to a point where we start walking. We will have lunch in the forest before continuing on a lenghty trek though the forest for our overnight destination a Lisu village. Have evening meal in the village. Simple accommodation overnight.

Day 2

Breakfast. Short car journey to the river where we will meet our bamboo raft(s) and rafter(s).

Raft downriver for about 4 hours stopping for lunch. When we arrive at a riverside Karen Village we will get off the raft to undertake a 2 hour walk to another Karen village where we will eat and sleep.

Day 3

Breakfast. Walk for 2 hours to an Elephant Camp where we will ride an elephant for about 1 hour. Have lunch before getting back onto a bamboo raft. Raft for about 4 hours, stop off en route to visit a Lahu Village. transfer back to Chiang Dao Nest/ Chiang Mai

N.B. This area does get a few groups passing through, and we do not guarantee that you will not see others. Having said that we will endeavour to go to and sleep in areas were other groups are not. The reason why other groups go here is that it is beautiful countryside and the river rafting is special.

tomorrow morning i shall go and book flight. *crosses fingers that seats will still be available*

"
 
 
suddenly feel like going jalan-jalan -
From: licencetospill.net
© - See article for copyright information.

" i can’t believe i am still up. sometime around evening, my heart started to itch. first stop : www.airfares.com.sg. mein gott $299 to colombo! that’s a good deal. despite the grenade attack recently at some bollywood event which killed a couple of people and injured many others, i really feel like going. unfortunately to realise, my travel kakis aren’t available in january. booo! after consultation with a couple of people, was told it’s unwise to travel alone in sri lanka. double boooooooo!!! a friend and a sister went there and were harrassed. another friend was grabbed at the market. and a male friend said his hotel room was bombed. triple booooooooo!!! i was thinking of using the public transport. i can’t afford to book a jeep all for myself. it’s also boring to be sitting alone in a jeep with a driver. booooooooo!!! booooooooo!!! boooooooo!!!

i coaxed myself and decided not to go anywhere.

BUT i couldn’t sleep, and took out my south-east asia lonely planet an hour ago to read. then suddenly my heart protested "buay tahannnnnnnnnnnnnnn laaaaaaaaaaa!!!! i want to go somewhere!!! i want to go somewhere!!!! i want to get out of singaporeeeeeeeeeee, i must go out and playyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!"

and so i logged on to www.airfares.com.sg again. ehhhh, got chiang rai / chiang mai promotion also! $295 on thai airways. i’m just worried that there are no more seats for early january. i am going to call them tomorrow.

since sri lanka sounds like a no-go (boooooooooo!!!! ), i’m VERY sure that i’ll be all right in north thailand ALONE. i want to go for a five-day WHITEWATER RAFTING & TREKKING to see my most favourite people in the world. who else lah but the mountain tribesmen!!!! wuahahahahaha!!! a friend of mine was telling me i should just marry one of these hmong people since i am so in love with them.

me & my in-laws (LOL). look closely, i do share some of their features, right? wakakaka

but you see lah, the itinerary is so exciting and affordable (like around S$100 for everything). can die, man!

Chiang Mai Whitewater Rafting

Our full day trip will begin from your hotel / guest house or our designated "pick up point" . We will drive north out of Chiang Mai’s city center, before arriving at our private camp in Sop Kai. We gear up our rafts and "put in" . We push our way through about 20-25 rapids ranging from grade 2 to 4. The day is filled with spectactular jungle views as we pass some river side hill tribe camps, an elephant camp, while observing wildlife in its natural habitat.

Continuing along the river, the gradient becomes steeper and the rapids become more frequent, encountering rapids with such names as "Dragon", "Swimmer’s Chute" and "Near the Wall ". We finish our day’s trip at our private river camp, then return to Chiang Mai.

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Rafting Trek - 3 Days 2 Nights Itinerary:

Day 1

7.30am - 8.00am

Get collected from your Chiang Mai Hotel / Guesthouse. (only applies to trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

9.30am

Breakfast at Chiang Dao Nest (only included for trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

10.00am car from Chiang Dao Nest. Drive for about 1 hour, Stop off at a viewpoint and a Lisu village village enroute. Continue to a point where we start walking. We will have lunch in the forest before continuing on a lenghty trek though the forest for our overnight destination a Lisu village. Have evening meal in the village. Simple accommodation overnight.

Day 2

Breakfast. Short car journey to the river where we will meet our bamboo raft(s) and rafter(s).

Raft downriver for about 4 hours stopping for lunch. When we arrive at a riverside Karen Village we will get off the raft to undertake a 2 hour walk to another Karen village where we will eat and sleep.

Day 3

Breakfast. Walk for 2 hours to an Elephant Camp where we will ride an elephant for about 1 hour. Have lunch before getting back onto a bamboo raft. Raft for about 4 hours, stop off en route to visit a Lahu Village. transfer back to Chiang Dao Nest/ Chiang Mai

N.B. This area does get a few groups passing through, and we do not guarantee that you will not see others. Having said that we will endeavour to go to and sleep in areas were other groups are not. The reason why other groups go here is that it is beautiful countryside and the river rafting is special.

tomorrow morning i shall go and book flight. *crosses fingers that seats will still be available*

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" i can’t believe i am still up. sometime around evening, my heart started to itch. first stop : www.airfares.com.sg. mein gott $299 to colombo! that’s a good deal. despite the grenade attack recently at some bollywood event which killed a couple of people and injured many others, i really feel like going. unfortunately to realise, my travel kakis aren’t available in january. booo! after consultation with a couple of people, was told it’s unwise to travel alone in sri lanka. double boooooooo!!! a friend and a sister went there and were harrassed. another friend was grabbed at the market. and a male friend said his hotel room was bombed. triple booooooooo!!! i was thinking of using the public transport. i can’t afford to book a jeep all for myself. it’s also boring to be sitting alone in a jeep with a driver. booooooooo!!! booooooooo!!! boooooooo!!!

i coaxed myself and decided not to go anywhere.

BUT i couldn’t sleep, and took out my south-east asia lonely planet an hour ago to read. then suddenly my heart protested "buay tahannnnnnnnnnnnnnn laaaaaaaaaaa!!!! i want to go somewhere!!! i want to go somewhere!!!! i want to get out of singaporeeeeeeeeeee, i must go out and playyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!"

and so i logged on to www.airfares.com.sg again. ehhhh, got chiang rai / chiang mai promotion also! $295 on thai airways. i’m just worried that there are no more seats for early january. i am going to call them tomorrow.

since sri lanka sounds like a no-go (boooooooooo!!!! ), i’m VERY sure that i’ll be all right in north thailand ALONE. i want to go for a five-day WHITEWATER RAFTING & TREKKING to see my most favourite people in the world. who else lah but the mountain tribesmen!!!! wuahahahahaha!!! a friend of mine was telling me i should just marry one of these hmong people since i am so in love with them.

me & my in-laws (LOL). look closely, i do share some of their features, right? wakakaka

but you see lah, the itinerary is so exciting and affordable (like around S$100 for everything). can die, man!

Chiang Mai Whitewater Rafting

Our full day trip will begin from your hotel / guest house or our designated "pick up point" . We will drive north out of Chiang Mai’s city center, before arriving at our private camp in Sop Kai. We gear up our rafts and "put in" . We push our way through about 20-25 rapids ranging from grade 2 to 4. The day is filled with spectactular jungle views as we pass some river side hill tribe camps, an elephant camp, while observing wildlife in its natural habitat.

Continuing along the river, the gradient becomes steeper and the rapids become more frequent, encountering rapids with such names as "Dragon", "Swimmer’s Chute" and "Near the Wall ". We finish our day’s trip at our private river camp, then return to Chiang Mai.

PLUS

Rafting Trek - 3 Days 2 Nights Itinerary:

Day 1

7.30am - 8.00am

Get collected from your Chiang Mai Hotel / Guesthouse. (only applies to trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

9.30am

Breakfast at Chiang Dao Nest (only included for trekkers departing from Chiang Mai)

10.00am car from Chiang Dao Nest. Drive for about 1 hour, Stop off at a viewpoint and a Lisu village village enroute. Continue to a point where we start walking. We will have lunch in the forest before continuing on a lenghty trek though the forest for our overnight destination a Lisu village. Have evening meal in the village. Simple accommodation overnight.

Day 2

Breakfast. Short car journey to the river where we will meet our bamboo raft(s) and rafter(s).

Raft downriver for about 4 hours stopping for lunch. When we arrive at a riverside Karen Village we will get off the raft to undertake a 2 hour walk to another Karen village where we will eat and sleep.

Day 3

Breakfast. Walk for 2 hours to an Elephant Camp where we will ride an elephant for about 1 hour. Have lunch before getting back onto a bamboo raft. Raft for about 4 hours, stop off en route to visit a Lahu Village. transfer back to Chiang Dao Nest/ Chiang Mai

N.B. This area does get a few groups passing through, and we do not guarantee that you will not see others. Having said that we will endeavour to go to and sleep in areas were other groups are not. The reason why other groups go here is that it is beautiful countryside and the river rafting is special.

tomorrow morning i shall go and book flight. *crosses fingers that seats will still be available*

"
 
 

 
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