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2 weeks in Thailand itinerary

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I've started planning a trip to Thailand for October 2014 for my SO and myself.

Friday Oct 10th- Depart DFW
(7am) Oct 12th- land BKK
12th-16th Bangkok
Evening of the 16th- Depart Bangkok for Chang Mai (Plane? train?)
17th- 19th Chang Mai
19th- 21st Chang Rai/Golden Triangle
21st- 25th ????
26th- 2:05 AM Depart BKK

For the 21st to the 25th I would really like to visit a beach, any beach! Myanmar? Fly to the east coast of Southern Thailand?

Any suggestions on this itinerary would be much appreciated.
As an American, my SO and I have have become very accustomed to fitting a LOT into our very limited vacation time (This trip will use up 80% of my vacation time, and I need to see my mom&dad for christmas!). We tend to do a few "cram everything possible in" trips over a few years, then pick a favorite destination to return to and truly immerse ourselves.

Thanks for your advice!

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