Breeze of Pai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBreeze of Pai
This place is welcoming and friendly and near to Walking Street and the river. Sadly it is very dated and drab. Beds really uncomfortable.
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Well who doesn't!! Pai, situated North East of Chiang Mai, and only 3 hours bus ride was our next destination. Through the mountains and winding roads, this was not a journey for anyone who sufferer for motion sickness. We arrived in the late afternoon and found our next little home for the next few days, a cute little bungalow by the river.
... beauty is found; lying in a rural province, the town is surrounded by attractive paddy-fields and mountainous landscapes, which made for unforgettable moped rides around the outskirts of town. We visited the local attractions such as the 'Buddha on the hill', the hot springs and Pai Canyon, but to be honest it was more fun just simply riding around taking in the surroundings.
Another noticeable difference was how cold it was, especially overnight. We had to adjust our ...
... at our guides tribe which was lovely in a bamboo made building and chickens running around everywhere. It didn't feel touristy because our guide just walks where he knows the jungle not the normal touristy route walks. The views were to die for just like everywhere in Pai. On the trek I was chatting to some people about a book where a woman tries to smuggle heroin and get caught and inprisoned when our super cool guide coolly says ...
... again on the way back and got stuck into my book once more. Will ended up sitting in the tuc tuc carriage in the back, we stopped half way for a toilet break and I agreed to swap with him as his back was giving him a bit of jip. I'm glad I did, I sat at the back of the tuc tuc carriage, due to how full it was I had to dangle my legs over the back of the tuc tuc and face outwards. As we roared back down the winding roads of the mountains I sat on my own listening the to the ...