Baan Canna Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The village itself was brilliant. High up in the middle of nowhere and, unlike in Sapa, they weren't turned into tourist sharks.
Our base camp wasn't too far away from the village, about 30 minutes walk if that. We were crossing a dried up rice paddy when Wan Wan stopped next to what appeared to be a rabbit hole with straw in front of it. He moved the straw away and out came a huge black spider. Spiders don't bother me in the slightest but this one, even I admit I was ...
... small building with a few chairs inside, a larger waiting area outside and an outdoor toilet......we love this place!!
So far Chiang Mai has been so wonderful, we really like it here and could easily stay indefinitely. We haven't eaten this well since the mid way point in Vietnam. There are so many options, from traditional, classic, fusion...really exciting! We already have our favorite soup place where ...
... the people were mostly independent with only minimal help with their ADLs. We were told that there are a little over 120 residents and when I asked if the place is normally full she quickly responded "yes." During the day there is only one nurse, 2 assistants and 12 caregivers. At first is sounded like they were severely understaffed but after I saw the acuity of the patients I believe that the facility is ...
... to lessen their fears.
After lunch we went to a private hospital and there we got a taste of what money can buy. This hospital was more beautiful and modern than any I have ever seen in the United States. The pediatric ward had a space theme, and even the doctor’s doors looked like they were from a space shuttle. On the international floor (the nurses speak English), the rooms were large. They included a bed for family, a microwave, a TV, ...
Pat and Michael left this morning around 8am after we had a lovely breakfast together. After they departed for the airport, Donna, Kate, my mom and I packed up our rooms and drove to the Ratillana, the nicest hotel I have ever stayed in. We checked in at the front desk and they told us that they had no more deluxe rooms, so they upgraded us both to suites!
We went up to our room and it was ...