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Travel Blogs from Pai
... Jake (Brighton) 19 travelling with his girlfriend who's continued on to New Zealand, Josiah (Maine) and Rolf (Germany) who follows a strict diet, not exactly vegan and a little preachy. We're yet to see him contribute, he does a horrendous Whitney, and comes out with some crackers. Jake (now Kingslayer) cooked us a vegetarian Massaman curry served with papaya and sticky rice. We built a fire to keep us all snug, and stayed up talking, singing and getting to know each ...
and although it was a little cooler it had been fine so we thought
Pai would be similar; but no, at night and in the morning Pai meant
layers and jumpers and many tourists obviously unprepared, go and buy
hats and scarfs. It was kind of nice being cold though, as it meant
it actually felt a little christmassy!
So Pai town itself is tiny with only
two main streets consisting of a few shops and then a load of guesthouses, restaurants ...
... seemed to cause the most problems. You could normally tell a good thirty seconds before, that you were probably going to end up in the water. A prime example of this was my first fall into the water...the first of five falls into the water (and two voluntary trips into the water). Being at the front with Will I had a clear view of what was ahead, the water looked calm as far as I could see. The only obstacles were a few rocks, the tips of them sticking out of the water, a bit ...
... knees and there were places where I had to put my chin in the water in order to squeeze the headlamp past the rocks above. Every now and then there would be a gap where we could crouch or stand as we waited for the rest of the group to gather. Finally we got to the waterfall. The stream collected at a rocky ledge and the water pooled at waist height before pouring over the edge, creating a 30 metre waterfall that cascaded into a hue cavern. There was no safe way for us to access ...
... would look great as a restaurant or shop name/on a t-shirt or magnet;
- Life of Pai (obviously)
- Square route of Pai or even just 3.14...
- Cutie Pai
- Easy as Pai
- Slice of Pai (cake shop)
- Shepherds Pai
- Sweetie Pai
- Tweety Pai
- Pai in the Sky
- Magnum Pai
- Pairanha (for the Pirana fishing place- SO OBVIOUS!!)
- Pairadise (great bar name)
- Paineapple shake