Photo taken at: Old Chiang Mai Culture Center (Khantoke Dinner)
Chiang Mai. I was still a little girl when I first got there. I didn't know a thing. Didn't speak Thai, didn't like the food, didn't know anyone there except for my own family. Everywhere I went, I had either a driver or my dad drive me. I was too young to pay attention to any of the details back then. I only realised what a mistake it had been when I was trying to plan this trip. Where was that shop we used to visit all the time? We didn't remember street names. We remembered their relative locations. Therefore it was difficult to revisit these old places without my dad, since I coudn't exactly tell the driver, 'that place we used to go to...'
I had not been back to Chiang Mai for ten years. I had wanted to come back, but was either out of time or out of money. This time, I took the opportunity of wanting to attend a good friend's wedding and planned the trip six months in advance. It was hepful to have an other-half-to-be by your side to help you execute the plan. The plan probably would've fallen through again if it had not been for his help. Anyhow, coming back again an doing all the touristy stuff all over again was fun. It was also fun to revisit some of the old place that, I thank the heavens, still exist today. The feeling of coming back to a place with which you've once been so familiar, was quite strange. But in a good way. So, I hope you look foward to and enjoy the series about Chiang Mai!
晚上：泰國傳統服飾沙龍照、英式pub晚餐、Night Bazaar 夜市、Walking Street（週日特有）
晚上：摯友喜酒、North Gate Jazz Co-Op 爵士Pub
*The above is the itinerary of the trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand. Though English had not been provided here, the articles about the various places and food logs will be bilingual.