Piya Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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When I first thought "I should check out Northern Thailand" everything I read said to go to Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is a great city, but it is just that, a city. When I pictured Northern Thailand I envisioned very natural landscape, scenic backdrops of mountains, river valleys, farms, and zero large man made structures. With that in mind, I hopped …
... By the afternoon they all came back to try and prise me from by black hole and we decided to visit the infamous Sky Bar in the Lebrua tower. It is supposedly the tallest rooftop bar in the world, and true to form like the rest of our trip - the heavens opened and rained heavily for most of the evening. Yet we didn't let this dampen our spirits, we all got dressed up in our best and went to see what all the fuss was about. We weren't disappointed. Despite the weather the views ...
So Rasta Ron and Big Nick made their way to a place called Pai, a town that started in the 70's and still remains in the 70's. It only took us 3 hours from Chiang Mai, on a really over crowded mini bus with people sitting on each other laps - good ol' Thai health & safety! After spending our previous 10 days is more hectic cities, it was nice to come to a really small city which was basically a village the size of Bromham. We didn't do an awful lot whilst in ...
... only be described as mild torture though all the twists and turns. I always feel when somewhere is harder to get to it’s always more worthwhile. If Pai were on a decent bit of road it’d be even more ruined by the amount of tourists that flock there every year. It was all in all a hippy town which has changed in the last year according to a guy that lives there you used to be lucky to see two motorbikes a days and now there’s a ton. But it doesn’t take ...