try and make me leave (pt. 3)


Our trip wrapped up with sunrise coffees, a trip to Chiang Mai’s famous temple, Doi Suthep, nighttime massages, a lot more motorbike riding, and waterfalls. The daydreams of living up in those mountains, taking my motorcycle out on weekends to explore new trails and overlooks, sipping coffee at one of the city’s many (many) cafes have just about solidified themselves in my brain.

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Sunrise with Hang Hang.Processed with VSCOcam with m3 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with g3 presetIMG_9298 IMG_9304 IMG_9309 IMG_9317

If you have never had khao soi, GO GET YOURSELF SOME KHAO SOI.
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That little bit of drool landed right on Michael’s foot.IMG_9342 IMG_9349 IMG_9354 IMG_9358

Hiking up the steps to Doi Suthep. IMG_9364 IMG_9367 IMG_9377 IMG_9393_cProcessed with VSCOcam with e1 preset IMG_9409 IMG_9586 IMG_9587IMG_9591IMG_9593IMG_9597IMG_9599IMG_9600IMG_9602IMG_9609IMG_9611IMG_9612IMG_9616IMG_9628IMG_9633IMG_9637

Feet fish outside of our massage parlor. I will pass on these dudes, but I’ll take a Thai massage any day.IMG_9638IMG_9642IMG_9644IMG_9654Processed with VSCOcam with lv03 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with 5 presetIMG_9658IMG_9659

Guess what. Michael Megan’ed it.

A note: alcohol is forbidden on the train. We got caught and a vivid image of me wasting away in a Thai jail was all I could see as the train attendant called over the police. They didn’t look too hard though and missed the beer bottles I had tucked behind the curtain. Be sneakier than us.IMG_9692IMG_9980IMG_9983photo 1 (2)Cards Against Humanity and illegal beers on the way home.

See you soon, Chiang Mai.

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