Pun-Pun Guesthouse

Address: 321 Charoenrat Road, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 321 Charoenrat Road, Chiang Mai, is near Sunday Market, Hilltribe Villages, The Best Thai Cookery School, and Amora Spa.
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      Dance Time

      A travel blog entry by arias.10 on May 06, 2015

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      ... of what's going on. It is there cultural trait (human activity in social life used to communicate) to communicate without talking but to tell an amazing story. It was very confusing to dance slow as the narrator is speaking but after some practice we had it set and ready to perform on stage infront of the group of people that have come to see the "AMAZING AMERICANS" perform. That's what we called our selves and ...

      Pedaling through the countryside

      A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on Apr 03, 2015

      ... having lunch. I wondered if this was a business, feeding the police, a rip off, or a charitable donation. Win said the Buddhists will always feed you, no matter who you are if you come by and are hungry. Also, Win offered me a roll of toilet paper, but I was prepared. The regular lunch place was closed, but the new place was fine. Everyone decided they wanted sticky rice, so we got a small reed basket with a lid, full of rice. Win showed me that you eat the rice ...

      Test day!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Mar 05, 2015

      ... very old-fashioned and bareboned on the outside AND inside, especially compared to what is out on the market these days (just go on amazon.com and type yoga books.. there are so many glossy, colorful books!), but they do explain yogic philosophies well in an approachable manner. A bunch of people bought the Guide to Yoga Mediation book and the orange Asanas Pranayama book under my recommendation. The power of sales, hah. Afterwards, I strolled over to grab the exam materials. ...

      Lanna Kindom Temple tour and crafts

      A travel blog entry by rocontour on Feb 11, 2015

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      ... a Jade factory. This is in an ideal spot across the road from the temple entrance and though not insistent we go in, Mr Thong was persuasive. I suspect a small commission is given to the guides if any of their visitors make a purchase. We had the 1980's video production giving a brief history and provenance of the jade used by the factory. The jade comes from Myanmar and you have to beware of many imitations which ...

      Seeing Everything!

      A travel blog entry by smellon123 on Jan 24, 2015

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      Doi Suthep was the very first stop on our journey, today. Most of it was overlaid in gold, which is not what I expected. I always expect temples to be more solemn and dark, but this was more lively. This environment was a mix of sight-seers and sincere worshipers. I found it interesting how starkly those groups contrasted. Even though I am a Christian, I take Buddhism seriously. When I say that, I mean that I think there are forces at work ...