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TripAdvisor Reviews Chuckaji Guesthouse Chiang Mai
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... recommend it if you ever wish to try something different in Thailand or to visit Thailand for the first time. It was by far our favorite place.
Hope you like them anyway?
Soon we will be heading back to Bangkok and flying out to Cambodia in Siem Reap to visit Ankor Wat.
We hope to see you then.
All the best and hope you are all well?
Kelly and Ravi
We were being fetched at 9.30am for fruit carving, so went in search of breakfast early. We found a French cafe 200m down the road and ordered baguettes. I still wasn't feeling right, but not horrendous either - we ate our breakfast (and I drank my coffee) in the reception area of the guest house and were collected 10 minutes early.
He didn't come in a vehicle, but rather on foot and weaved us through back streets until we popped up on a main road and walked into ...
... hours, just walking up and down streets looking at all the handmade crafts and all the great food on sale. I hear the other markets run everyday and night but not as good so if you wanna come shopping in Thailand then Chiang Mai is the place. On the 2nd to last day I went to the tiger Kingdom. I got a tuk tuk around 9:15 am and glad I got there early, around 9:50, I got into my first tiger enclosure at around 10:15 and by then it was already starting to get busy. By ...
... fed her baby then took a little time to get another one for her, haha, she was getting a little impatient. But after the first couple bananas, they were extremely happy and begging for more. I took numerous photos, so many that Jonny was practically dragging me away haha. We both fed leopards!!! How cool! Obviously it was through a cage, but still! !! And of course I took photos of that. We were there for about 4 hours, but by the end we were knackered, because the ...
... much more of a benefit to be in a community like this one. Each person contributes and receives in return. They support each other and hold each other accountable. When we were asking about their penal system the villager said that worst case scenario someone may use pesticide or damage the forest which is punished with a hefty fine. If this is the worst type of crime they have I say the community is doing very well.
The main areas of ...