Anoma Boutique House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... approached one tiger from the back and he turned his head and looked directly at me. For a second, I felt like he wanted to eat me for dinner, but the trainer quickly got his attention to look forward. These large tigers were so big that their paws alone were the size of a human head. A very exciting and fun evening.
2 day trekking- Fun times in the Thailand jungle. The tour consisted of elephant riding, squirl hunting, seeing many fruit farms (passion fruit, lemon, avocados ...
... the Queen of Thailand. This museum featured the history of opium, the opium wars, common ways to smuggle drugs, and individual narratives of some of those involved in the drug trade. Upon leaving the museum, we went to a dock on the Mekong River that is the technical center of The Golden Triangle. When looking off the dock, to the left you could see Burma and to the right you could see Laos. We hopped on a boat and went over to a market in Laos. So now I have been ...
... as the super soakers were useless. Mopeds were passing by with the driver having one hand on the bike, one hand holding a super soaker and no eyes on the road. They were not out of bounds to the flurry of hostellians armed with buckets that had congregated outside a local car garage where large hosepipes were filling up deep metal barrels, which tainted the water with a tinny taste. Nobody was safe and anybody who looked dry was a target and this didn't exclude the ...
... up north in order to do the Elephants and Tacompie before their arrival the return trip will also give us a chance to do the places we missed out. A flight from Chiang Mai to Krabi is £153pp one way and takes just over an hour. With an eye on the budget we've gone for a 2nd class sleeper train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok (£14). There's no train station in Krabi but you can alight in Surat Thani and get the onward 4 hour bus but instead we'll spend a Saturday ...
... the end of the games, we were all pretty beat and got a serious reality check on how out of shape we were. Saturday morning we headed out for Chiangrai…yes I meant the "r" and no, not all Thai cities are Chiang_ai, this was just coincidence. So to sum up the trip,
we came, we saw, we left…okay I’ll go into a bit more detail. The first place we visited was the White Temple and this was unlike any of the many temples we’ve ...