Baan Canna Country Resort
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... It has an old colonial style open courtyard in the middle, reminiscent of the Raffles Hotel in Singapore and a bygone era.
The only problem is that Dorothy's birthday falls in the rainy season which could result in her guests getting a bit of a drenching! We stopped by at a bar with live music, and paid attention to the fact that with the Thai elections coming up at the weekend, nowhere will be serving alcohol for two days. ...
... There was a lot of laughing and dancing. Every student was given a miniature Hershey bar to taste. The Thai students taught my students how to make a Lanna Flag. The Thai students also taught my students how to say Boromarajonani College of Nursing in Thai. The student that said it the most “Thai” won a BCNC dressed doll. They had 3 minutes to learn the phrase, which goes like this: Wit-tee-a-lie Py-abaan Boromarajonani, Chiang mai. The winner ...
... sure they were curious why so many Americans were dressed to the nines in traditional Thai clothing. It was kind of fun though because we felt like movie stars. When everything was done, we were allowed to send up huge paper lanterns. After they were lit, we gathered around them, held on to the bottom and released it at the same time. For a brief moment the sky was lit with specks of light drifting along in the Chiangmai ...
... Thai cook, and after we review our culinary options we head to the market to look through mountains of various rices, spices, freshly shredded coconut, curry ingredients, and of course the basils, leaves, roots, tubers and other wonders of the world of Thai cuisine. Back at the kitchen, we have all the tools we need to make these ingredients into something completely different from it's parts. With heavy stone pestles we punch out the rich ...
... to ride on the poor thing's back. I’ve no doubt there are places where the elephants are treated humanely, but this didn’t seem to be one of them. After a short distance, the elephant refused to go any further (and why should it?), veering off course and making that awfully loud trumpet sound. At one point he walked right over to the edge of a steep slope, as if to say “You know I could throw you all down this cliff if I wanted". ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility