One of the first things that Josh wanted to do as soon as we arrived in Chiang Mai, was to hire a motorbike. Not just a scooter – we had done that in the past. Oh no, he wanted a bike that was going to make people turn their heads when he revved and also be able to get up a hill without us leaning forward and hoping for forward motion (like on the rickshaw). Seeing as the past couple of trips of ours had involved bad vehicles, it was not too surprising that he wanted to ramp things up and with a little research, hired the lovely, big, shiny red bike you see above.
Last month, we visited Huay Kaew Waterfall and Mon Tha Than Waterfall, both on Doi Suthep Mountain, Chiang Mai.
As you can see – the afternoon’s activities resulted in us being impressed. Very impressed indeed.
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Are you as obsessed with knowing where you are and how to get to places when you travel? Having driven across so many countries means that we usually need to know where we are in order to get a sense of the town – especially if we can’t read the language. It makes the overall experience richer for us, the actual “travel” bit that is.