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January 11-12, 2009: Pai, northern Thailand
Enter the Tiger: The Leaving Chiang Mai Story
Sarah, Mary and I embarked on what would be one of the most beautiful and fun bike rides I've done in Southeast Asia on January 11. Our route would take us from Chiang Mai northwest through the curvy mountainous roads to the sleepy town of Pai. …
... Louis and Veronique (shout out to Louis and Veronique for your
awesome French-y French names, you French Canadians, you), walking around the
city center, and attempting not to buy everything that we saw. Eventually we
met up with a couple more friends (plugging another shout out for Alec and
Paul) who were kind enough to take us to a SUPER COOL bar with a FREAKING FIRE PIT and PILLOWS
EVERYWHERE and afterwards let us crash with them at their place.
... team- yummy!! Next we went to Coffee in Love where Paul had an iced mocha and I had iced chocolate whilst looking out at yet more fantastic views. On our way back to the hotel, we found a temple which is still being built. We were allowed to just walk around- it wasn't quite a building site but we wouldn't have been able to walk around in England!! We spoke to a lady who was watering plants and turned out to be the owner. She told us that ...
... as my cousin Lewi and good friend JJ (Jonathan Brook). Given that we only had 3 days in the Big Capital City we had a brief plan of a few bits and pieces that we wanted to do. This included a messy night out on Khoa San Road, go and watch a Ping Pong show (no not the Sport. We won't touch on it too much to save the disappointment of Grandparents and relatives lol. But when in Thailand..), visit Centre World (Kelsey's choice) literally the biggest shopping mall we have ever ...
... the road and then the tiger cave. This is where you can pay to see tigers up close and take photos with them because apparently they have been raised vegetarian and were taught how to respond to humans in a safe way from a young age. I find this kind of attraction completely cruel because I believe all animals, especially wild tigers should be living in their natural habitat. Scarlett and Ryan had their pictures taken and I waited ...
Other places to stay in Pai
Pai | Hotelfrom $16
117 Moo 4, Pai | Hotelfrom $35
107 Moo 3, Wieng Tai, Pai | Hotelfrom $14
28/1 Mae Yen, Pai | Hotelfrom $8
90 Moo 2, Maeyaenpongrone Rd., Pai | Hotelfrom $23
170 Moo 5, Pai | Hotelfrom $35
79 Moo 3, Pai | Hotel$48 average
304/10 Moo 5, Pai | Hotelfrom $35
286 Moo 8 Talad Pud Mai Road, Pai | Hotelfrom $14