Sawatde Kha from Chiang Mai!
Just a quick update. It has been a marvellous weeks for us and I can’t believe *well, I REFUSE TO BELIEVE* that we’re going home real soon. *sad*
Chiang Mai is incredibly nice and very suitable for people who works remotely, or as they said, Digital Nomads. True, there are a lot of Digital Nomads out here as there are a lot of cafes serving good coffee with good fair price. You just have to find the one that suits you. You know, the one with the perfect ambience, the perfect height of table, the perfect music, the perfect everything. It’s important. And it’s sooo easy to find one. We ended up having some of our favourites!
Aside from that, Chiang Mai does offer a lot of amazing cheap local foods. And what I mean by cheap, is CHEAP. As you might already noticed, my favourite among other amazing food here is Khao Soi. But there are a lot others you might enjoy as well. Normally, a dish (any local dish, actually) will cost you around 40 – 60 THB, depending on what toppings you choose and where you have it. That’s around 16k – 24k IDR! We had a plate of Pork Satay the other day and it only cost us 40 THB (16k IDR). Damn cheap.
I also love the fact that there are no single TUKANG PARKIR here. You can just park you motorbike or even car for free (except in the shopping mall). We found that it’s much much more organised this way, without the TUKANG PARKIR pretending to help us while in fact they make it even more chaotic.
Anyway, there are still a lot of things to write. And I really can’t wait to share my experience in Chiang Mai with you guys. But let’s just wait till I’m back home in Jambi. I got more time than anywhere in the world there. LOL.
Meanwhile, enjoy these “postcards” I “sent” you!
WISH YOU WERE HERE!
Bye for now!
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