Baan Chai Thung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We both slept ok. I did wake up almost every hour, but had wonderful full-colour dreams that I was able to hang onto and continue throughout the night, which I enjoyed.
Breakfast of coffee and muesli and fruit and coffee. We talked to a Frenchman we'd seen the previous evening. He'd been coming here for thirty years and was an author. There'd been a card on one of the tables the night before advertising a book for sale. It was indeed his and he ...
... So the truck picked us up from our hotel, SK house at about 8.45. The man said it would take about 90 minutes to get there. The truck was literally an open top truck, with many of us squashed up inside it, but it was fine because we started chatting to everybody straight away. Everybody was English, other than one couple who were from the US, but obviously they spoke English, so straight away we were all chatting away getting to know each other. There were eight of us on the back of ...
Most people know Chiangmai as the most culturally significant city in northern Thailand. But not so many know well about Wieng Kum Kam which was an ancient city just before Chiangmai era. It was flooded and abandoned under ground for more than 700 years.
Wieng Kum Kam historic settlement ...
... And we witnessed first hand what happens when it plays in a public place. Shaun and I were talking away, and Emma and Leish went off exploring when everyone around us stopped walking and talking. In the background we could hear an anthem. It played for a few minutes and as soon as it finished everyone started walking and talking again. Sooooo random, but cool at the same time. Shaun rode his first Tuk Tuk which he enjoyed quite ...
All-day trek: orchid and butterfly farm, riding elephants again but elephants were poorly treated, lunch, trek to waterfall, then whitewater rafting and bamboo rafting
German guy Bastian from Hamburg, group ...