Baan Chai Thung
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Revisited the Chiang Mai canyon, took bikini this time and hired a rubber ring. Went onto the bamboo pontoon and Morgan jumped from the side of the quarry. Went to 'Monk Chat' sat and spoke to a monk about Buddhism and his introduction to the way of life. Walked around the night markets and ate food! Morgan is beginning to get me onto coffee...! The tea is so bad here that I have no choice! Ate the best waffles I've ever had Mountain biking - ...
Awesome! Absolutely awesome! Need I say more? Okay, I will. :-) Your word for the day is MAHOUT. Today was mahout training day. A mahout is an elephant trainer. They spend their life working with their one beloved elephant---they teach him or her commands, in Thai of course! And then they pretend to teach us the commands, too, but we knew who was really in charge. We went to a wonderful elephant ...
Another morning at Arte House, another delicious breakfast. I drink too much coffee and head to meet up with my new travel partners. We take a songthaew (pickup truck with closed roof back) to the top of the mountain. Even though Chiang Mai is lovely, it's always nice to get out of a city for a day. The climate changes slightly as we go up the mountain. It gets cooler (yay) and my ears pop a few times. I had been warned about an epic staircase climb ...
... a vintage car in the driveway I recognize from the website I used to book, and I'm at my new temporary home. This guesthouse is beautiful, incredibly clean, and has a well air conditioned lobby. I drop my bags, take a quick shower, and set off to wander and take things in. This place is great! There's markets, street vendors, tons of restaurants and bars. I try some Chiang Mai sausage and keep wandering ...
... bed is your own personal space and so far we haven't had any issues. Bottom bunk beds are highly sought after with the ability to sit up in bed, low risk of falling out without barriers and not requiring acrobatics to clamber up without a ladder. If someone is napping in the room you normally tip toe around and try to let them snooze. So, we arrived back whilst someone was napping and so we both climbed up to our top bunk beds (as they were the only beds left in the room) ...