Yindee Stylish Guesthouse
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... but was fun to have a drink and people watch. We definitely fell in love with Chiang Mai, it's had such a relaxed vibe, is quite modern and full of friendly locals who really want to help you. We're sad to move on as we feel like 2 nights was probably not enough but are really looking forward to going to Pai, where we're staying in an Elephant sanctuary and are going bamboo river rafting, so stay tuned to hear our stories from Pai in a couple of days. Ka-poon- Ka for reading ...
... who spoke an amazing English (although with a heavy American accent). When we arrived we were given mahout clothes to change into as the neck of an elephant is very hairy and has the same effect as a wire brush on your skin! Also at the end of the day we were going to get wet so it was to preserve our own clothes. After changing, we then sat down as a group with Jay, our elephant guide, for the day. There are 15 elephants, some male but mostly female. They have ...
... is ‘Do you want more business?’
They say every picture tells a story but unfortunately I
don’t have all the pictures and it would be impossible to recount my experiences
of today without writing a tome; so I will try and précis as best I can. My
second task of the day was to get to a new manufacturer’s showroom, if you can
call it that. It proved to be somewhat difficult as I was about to discover,
when the ...
... course. In the market there were all kinds of bugs cooked to perfection, cock roaches, scorpions, crickets. Plus we learned about the different kinds of rice. She was passionate about cooking and was a very good teacher, with a terrific sense of humour. When we arrived at the farm, we were shown round and looked at all the different veg and herbs and spices that they grew there. While we were ...
... for a bonfire. The temple serves as a community center here. We sat around a fire while some of the villagers played traditional Lanna music for us. We roasted rice cakes on sticks and the Thai people cooked sticky rice in bamboo shoots (called Kao Lam). We ate the food, enjoyed the warmth, and practiced our Thai dancing skills. Several members of our team and some Thai people have told me that I am actually pretty good at the Thai dancing. I find it to be a fun activity so I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYindee Stylish Guesthouse Chiang Mai
Tucked away in a perfect location in the heart of Chiang Mai, everything was just spectacular. The warm welcome, the early checkin, rooms being clean, simple, and just the right size.. You feel so comfortable in this place, steps away from great places in Chiang Mai.
Massages, food, travel agencies, moped rentals and more are just steps away. This place is located in what looks like a tidy alleyway actually connecting two major roads, so you don't get all the noise from the main streets. Extremely clean area..
You can find plenty of Thai food everywhere, but just around this location you'll have an Irish pub, an Australian owned restaurant, and more international stuff too if you like to take a quick break from Thai every once in a while.
Really liked this place and highly recommend it!
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