Chai-Niz Village

Maehongson, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Campground
 

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Thailand - Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

85

... there were a few guards that were supposed to watch over the tigers but more than that they were bothering them. They didnīt stop putting a wooden stick in their mouth, and thus making them supposedly more active. We didnīt like that at all. Even though everyone denies such a thing we couldnīt help ourselves but all the big tigers looked fairly drugged. The tiger is a predator and naturally acts like one in spite of the fact that one person cares about the tiger its entire ...

Day 40 - Pai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy

8

... and it was a tiny wet room with a shower head. We quickly vacated the hostel, went and got lunch with Anna - I had a traditional Northern Thai noodle dish and then we went to rent mopeds. Everyone in Pai rents mopeds to get around as all the attractions are 20-30 minutes out of town and the roads are very much suited to motorbikes. Anna had driven a moped before numerous times in Vietnam but as Dani, Lucy and I had never ridden before we had ...

Fingers of steel!

A travel blog entry by nomadicblonde

... Do I feel guilty about paying six pounds for good quality clothes that should have cost fifteen? Ummmm slightly. Moneys money though. Those markets are hard work though if you're on a budget. For a tourist on a two week holiday its ace, for me... Its a minefield of ahit I want to but that I really don't need. Like oooooh look at that amazing wall hanging, I need it! No, I don't. Temples start to look the same, its a pretty building with a huge gold Buddha, in whatever array ...

Talking to Monks and other adventures

A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels

10

... 55 baht as we know we will probably be ordering it! After lunch we walked into the gates in search of the large Chedi and temples of the city.

Wat Chedi Luang was originally constructed in the 14th century to house an ancient king's father's ashes. it took well over a hundred years to construct and was renovated in the 90s by Unesco and money from the Japenese government. When you walk into the grounds there is a large temple and many surrounding buildings ...

2. MELAKA

A travel blog entry by monarch

3

... ll stop soon; its monsoon.’ It did.

Driving north from Kuala Lumpur we made for the hills.
Winding slowly up through the misty tropical rain forest, monkeys were playing
at the road side; how much higher, I’m wondering, are we going? As we pass
small mountain villages climbing to 3500 feet, I discovered we are about
halfway when we suddenly pulled off the road. ‘This looks interesting folks.’
Well, ...

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