Chai-Niz Village

Maehongson, Chiang Mai, Thailand | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

A Brush with Utopia

A travel blog entry by e.m.damelio


... sell to the surrounding villages. They harvest coffee and tea, and grow nearly everything that they eat. They also have a savings and loan program which locals can utilize to start their own businesses or fix their homes. Now they have also begun a home-stay program within the village to provide further revenue. I stayed with two other students in the home of Ma Nongwai. She greeted us with a huge smile, and a string of Thai phrases that we ...

Clickety clack...Clickety clack

A travel blog entry by cano-dorval


... we were moving through wide open. We clickety clacked and ambled past little towns, tiny houses, small impecably groomed train stations and in between it all...the forest...the jungle...the fields...the mountains. It got dark quite early, so we saw groupings of Thai folks sitting around fires...chatting...sharing stories...playing with their children. Everyone smiled and waved as we went by. There must be a code of friendliness ...

Day Eleven: Jungle Life

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla


So we're back in civilisation. This past weekend we've been living the jungle life in a bamboo treehouse, with only a bunch of elephants for company. It was amazing! We were picked up on Saturday morning by our safari truck and driven the few hours to our first stop; waterfalls. We trekked for a short while before our guide (a large Thai guy called Boi, who kept us very entertained all day!) stopped us at a natural waterfall slide. Carved from ...

Elephant camp and bamboo rafting!

A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand


... least are regarded very highly. My new buddy told me that she likes to draw and wanted to be an artist. My other buddy told me that she would have liked to teach Thai or potentially go into business. In both cases, though, their mothers told them that they should be nurses because it is a good job. Nursing in Thailand is not necessarily a great job financially compared to in the U.S. so this surprised me a little bit. However, it may be better than many other options and easier ...

Cultural Immersion

A travel blog entry by captainjacke


... courtyard. Surrounding this structure are many statues of the Buddha in various manifestations, each with unique meaning to the Buddhist. In tribute to these statues, elaborate flower arrangements with woven banana leaves adorn the walls and pedestals. The spicy scents of incense and candles dance on the breeze, harmonizing with the sound of hundreds of tiny bells that hang from every inch of the eaves of each roof. Larger ...


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