Baan Canna Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... going out there he says things were very primitive but now the pastor with CHE training has modelled better housing, toilets, water system and reaching out to a number of villages around him. His challenge now is to disciple a "Timothy" to help him multiply the work through the ...
cheeses, wines, Western cookies, all the Life essentials while living
abroad. Airport and Kad both have cinemas on their top floors.
We're very happy we moved to a better place. A condo with all mod
cons. Its spacious and comfortable and the extra money is well worth
As usual, a few snaps of out 'walk-about.' Stay tuned to the next
thrilling episode of 'Thailand, another fine mess you've got me
... little boy ever. He kept throwing things at his brother but kept missing and hitting me. Ended up going for a walk to get away from them and was given a free food voucher to apologise for the delay so went and got my first Thai green curry of my trip! Yummmm! First good thing to happen all day! Eventually, 4 hours later, went to board the flight to be told my seat number was invalid! So had to wait around to be issued a new ...
... was definitely worth the trip. Pai is an adorable little town filled with kind people and awesome places to eat at chill. There is a river that flows throuh the edge of town and there are hostels everywhere. Of course there are also happy people who fill them from around the globe. It gets chilly at night but what better way to warm up than chill by the bon fire and sing some tunes. Music sure is an international language! In the town there are 2 main walking streets where, ...
... After meeting a few local workers we headed up to a Karen family's wooden hut home that had a view of the whole valley, which is where we could relax and take a shower (that consisted of just a pipe and a valve to switch the water on and off). The water was luke warm and I'm assuming it was heated by the sun, but dared not to ask where the source was for fear of the answer I may receive.
Dinner was served and a feast put in front of us that we struggled to finish ...