Baan Kiri

Huay Keaw Rd., Chiang Mai, 50300, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

This is MY elephant!

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe


... other with water, but she was the clear winner here. I also washed Kiwi to her great amusement. I then balanced myself on my steeds back and head and jumped into the water, the water where a few elephants ***** were floating around, weighing over 1kg each. After an hour of playing we headed back to camp.

I said goodbye to both my pets, especially Kiwi whom i fed some sugar cane to, and found the lens for my glasses which had popped out earlier. We were ...

CMU Graduation

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop


... where a hanging eggplant from the waist is used to hit a golf ball), basketball, chopsticks (relay race where you must pick up ping pong balls with chopsticks and transfer them to a cup at the end of the court), and food relay (relay race that required students to eat and drink various foods and blow up a balloon until it popped). The blue team won most of the relay races and MC won the basketball game. Winners were presented with snack ...

The Compassionate Mile

A travel blog entry by captainjacke


... doctor as he worked. She was grateful not only for the assistance but also the relational support, since her companion was not present due to the restrictions of visiting hours.

During one of my visits to her bedside, she asked merely for me to put her hair up for her. Her axillary sutures and broken arm made it impossible for her to do this for herself. I obtained a comb for her and began to run it through her hair. She apologized for ...

Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by captainjacke


... differing power demands. In the States I simply plug my device into the wall and trust the ambiguous power guru to put out exactly what is needed. Apparently this is not a universal system. My power converter worked excellently to charge my iPod, but was inadequate to power my laptop. Fortunately, a laptop power cable can take an input of 220 volts, meaning that I can simply plug it into the wall outlets with merely a plug adapter to change the shape of ...

And so it begins!

A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand


... Something in particular I noticed was that they always made sure to take the biggest suitcases and let me carry my little carry on. The bus ride back to BCNC was spent talking to one another. I found that I talk rather quickly and had to intentionally slow myself down. There was not much of a language barrier, though, which is a credit almost entirely to Ampere and Katie who speak very good English.

We arrived on the campus and our luggage ...

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This hotel, located on Huay Keaw Rd., Chiang Mai, is near Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Rose Garden, Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo, and Mae Ping Elephant Village.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding