Fun times in Chiang Rai, Thailand

Jenny and I were roommates at Empire Hostel in Singapore and got to reunite in Thailand.

We decided to take a photo of us with the names of the two Indians who were with us in Singapore hostel as well to tease them on FB.

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On my first day, Jenny and her two other Thai friends took me to Wana Ostrich Farm where we fed sheep, ponies and ostriches of course.

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I had so much fun with the ponies and sheep but the ostrich was scary for me. Their long neck freaked me out.

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We then went to the White Temple which was an extraordinary masterwork of a National Artist Chalermchai Kositpipat.

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We went to his Art Gallery where I saw a lot of his masterwork. It was just amazing! I think this was the first time I admire an artist so much. Too bad that taking pictures inside was not allowed. His original art works look jaw dropping compare to the printed ones or what you can see online.

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After a long day, we had desserts at Swensens. I had better but these were good too. ūüôā

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The next day, Jenny showed me her university, Mae Fah Luang University. They said this is the most beautiful university in Thailand and I found out why.

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Lastly, Jenny and her friend Peem cooked delicious dinner for us. It was so delicious that I ate a lot.

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My Thai friends made my stay in Chiang Rai memorably fun.

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