Guesthouse Liam's Suan Dok Mai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We moved more into Central chiang mai as we was a little out and it was a little quiet. We found a guesthouse called nice place 2 which joe stayed when he travelled. It had a pool and air-con so for 200 Bart ( £4)a night each we were sold!! We have enjoyed the sunshine, pool and the night life for the last few days. Our first night we had some lovely food in a thai restaurant we shared spring rolls had a meal and beer each and the bill was less that £5, the price ...
I arrived in Chiang Mao train station at 8am after a 14 hour train journey. It was so easy, in comparison to long flights. I actually really enjoyed it. There is a good restaurant carriage with great food for small price. (Sorry I've started speaking in broken English since I've been out here) Once we worked out the taxi system - which is basically joint taxis, you say where you want to go and they wait for other people to say similar destinations or you pay ...
... our camera we had been using since our trip began had now lost its water tight seal and appeared to be full of water. Such picturesque moments with no camera was a bummer; our memories will have to do. The last destination was Nang Yuan Island. I had read that this was declared one of the most beautiful islands in the world. I'm not sure who declared this, but I must agree. The island consisted of 3 islands that are connected by a bar of sand which has 3 bays; all can be ...
... many happy and healthy elephants running around. Itīs sad but thatīs how things unfortunately work in these countries. In our camp the elephants were treated quite badly. One of the baby elephants had both front legs chained so it couldnīt actually move properly. When you ask the workers why they keep it like this they either get very upset or make up an excuse. Anyways we took some photos with elephants and fed them a bit as well. We were allowed to pass them bamboo and ...
... in the van, sitting sideways along winding roads through the mountains, I did not feel very well as my travel sickness kicked in for the first time on our travels. Finally, we arrived at the trekking destination, in the jungle, just after the afternoon's torrential rain started! With waterproof jackets and rain covers on rucksacks, we set off with our bamboo walking sticks provided by our guide. It was a much more challenging trek than ...