Baan Tawan Pai Boutique Guesthouse

Address: 117 Moo 4, Pai, 58130, Thailand | Hotel
 
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      Farewell to Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jun 04, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... exclusive tea while we waited; the tea was cultivated especially for the Lebua and is grown on the slopes of a remote mountain deep in Bhutan by trained zen practicing pandas. A very nice lady with impeccable English came over and informed us that she had checked in on our behalf and if it wasn't too much trouble, could I sign the register? She then disappeared. after about 20 minutes I thought we really should try and find our room. No sooner had I stood up then the same ...

      A Day at the Mall (who would've thought?)

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 20, 2014

      8 photos

      ... when he vanished without a trace in Malaysia in 1967. Nobody knows what happened to him and now his house in Bangkok is a museum. While the artefacts in the house were quite neat, to be honest, I am more interested in the story and theories surrounding his disappearance.

      We spent the next 8 hours in a mall. Yes, Garyn and I spent 8 hours in a mall. Who would have thought and surprisingly, we both had loads of ...

      Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Mar 09, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... odd! We also cycled through some very rural areas in the Thai countryside which was great to see. Lots of jungle style habitats and more strange living conditions! Over the second and third days, I was struggling to eat, feeling very ropey and became very good friends with the toilet! Not ideal considering the following morning we have to be up very early for a 10 hour bus journey over the border into ...

      In the midst of Bangkok's demonstrators

      A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Feb 08, 2014

      10 comments, 9 photos

      ... to drive to my hotel but the streets around Sukhumvit were gridlocked so I got out of the car near a Skytrain station with all my luggage and with the help of other passengers who were heading to my stop, Asok , to demonstrate, I purchased a ticket and got through the barriers,up on to the platform and squashed into the right train. Demonstrators sport clothing,hats, wristbands and whistles in red, white and blue- the colours of the Thai flag.The ...