A-Nine Place, Chiang Mai Boutique House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA-Nine Place, Chiang Mai Boutique House
Chiang Mai was great, friendly and easy access to the hinterland. Great food everywhere and many many temples
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... on stilts. It was quite amazing to see the transformation after only a couple of hours up the mountain. We pulled over to a road where the cliff transformed into manageable hill, and us as well as our bags were through into the jungle.
My intentions of this trek were as followed:
I would see beautiful jungle containing beautiful noises from amazing animals.
I would be able to easily keep up with my leader as I have trained over two months for this trek.
... class and Erin trouper that she is, was my trusty assistant. We had a very good hour! The class was about 25-30 kids, all girls. We can definitely teach this age group..no grammar required. We had the girls draw pictures of fruits they had recently eaten .. We got several papers back with "I Loy Fruit I Loy T. Ed and T. Erin". That makes all the sweating through 32 degree weather, with a long sleeved white shirt and tie, ...
... we were forced to book the largest room which they call the mini suite.....life is hard :)))) first order of business- visa extension. We want to stay in Thailand for 2 months but the visa stamp we got at the border allows for only a 30 day stay. Armed with visa extension documents, the required photocopies from our passports, and 1,900 baht we headed to Chiang Mai's immigration office. We got there early, an ...
Doms alarms didn't go off however after the 10 hours **** storm of a train journey up here we've finally arrived. Lory slept like a log on the train and I got about 20 mins. Despite the unfortunately named hostel it's pretty sweet here. Really homely and nice. Already liking Chiang Mai more than Bangkok and we got some pretty peng food on arrival (2 main courses ...
... we also had fun while doing it, which is part of the Thai culture-work and fun, mixed. That is what we did when we presented our community assessment to the teachers; we sipped coffee. I sipped Chai Yen, the best drink in the world! (It's a milk tea that is out of this world.) Some people lounged on hammocks, and we presented the project. Lastly, we went and saw the waterfall, which was so beautiful. However, it was way too cold to swim!