Charcoa Bed and Breakfast

Address: 4 Soi 1 Sriphum Rd., Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 4 Soi 1 Sriphum Rd., Chiang Mai, is near Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School, Wat Chiang Man, Hilltribe Villages, and The Best Thai Cookery School.
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A travel blog entry by davesorisi on Dec 02, 2014

4 photos

... amazing and one that I won't forget. Elephants play a massive part in Thai culture and the domestic ones were once used for logging until it was banned in 80s, during this period they were used to carry logs which has now changed to just carrying fat westeners. After a short ride were taken to a local river where we would clean the elephants before swimming up stream, although as we entered ...

Cooking school... Thai style!

A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Nov 11, 2014

2 comments, 46 photos

Even though I am so far behind on the blog as I'm writing this, my stomach still aches at how full I was on this day! Time to get back to school.. Coking school, that is! We went with a company called Baan, a cooking school that came recommended through reviews and Lonely Planet as well. Sometimes reviews are mixed, but this was all around great.. and I highly recommend it for so many reasons. We got picked up bright and early at the hotel in ...

Passport panics and exploring Northern Thailand...

A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Oct 30, 2014

2 comments

... I went from Bangkok> over night train to Chiang Mai> Pai> Tha Ton> Mae Salong> Chiang Rai > Chang Khong border crossing into Laos (Huay Xai). That's the brief run down of the exact way in which I moved, but everything happening at each destination..another story. These entries are getting harder to write, maybe less words and more photos now will be the best way forward to share the experiences with you! Decided to share some brief highlights on each place... Chiang ...

A roaring good time

A travel blog entry by bryanfennell on Jul 08, 2014

8 photos

... The great thing about this place (and potentially lethal) is that they let you into the cages with the tigers. Now to make you feel better, they do send you in with a tiger handler, who is there in case the tiger gets hungry or something. I thought he would be have a whip or something, but no, to stop this killing beast from eating us, the handler had a very small and ...

Thank goodness for that!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jul 07, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... tummy but once I had this one under my belt I just loved it; zipping through the tree tops in the middle of the jungle was amazing. The longest zip line was 900m and as we were clipped on by our backs it meant we were hands free and it really felt like I was flying. Just incredible. The bits I didn't like so much and screamed like an absolute girl were the abseils. You stood at the edge of either a platform or a hole in a platform and then they just let you drop-fast. ...