Hi Fhon and Diego,

We wanted to say a big ‘thank you’ to you and your team for arranging our trip today with short notice.

We had an excellent day and loved Eddy. He was very knowledgeable, funny and polite.
He even taught us lots of new Thai words and laughed at my silly jokes!

We absolutely love Thailand and hope to come back to Chiang Mai one day again soon. See you next time!

Thank you kindly,

Pauline and Chris

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