Rain Bow Guest House

Address: 25 Soi 2 Moon Muang Rd., T. Prasing, A. Muang, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 Soi 2 Moon Muang Rd., T. Prasing, A. Muang, Chiang Mai, is near Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, Panda Tour & Trekking, Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School, and Sinativa Spa Club.
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A little off day continues

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Feb 18, 2015

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... want pictures, so I asked Sofia if she could take pictures during the session since she's in the cooking course... and she was taking pictures with her phone anyway, so why make the work redundant? But Sofia wasn't taking pictures during the session, and Jeenal stopped to ask us two to please take some photos or videos since she doesn't have any. I asked Sofia if she could upload photos or does she need me to do it, and she winced and said it's better ...

Chiang Mai -Day 1

A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Feb 18, 2015

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First impressions of guest house is a bit of a difference compared to where we just were. No where near as nice. A road is about 2m from the door so quite noisy. I suppose all those years in city centre Bristol are paying off. The room is basic but what more can you want at £12 a night. We proceeded to go out for a hick walk and find somewhere to eat. I had read about about a place called Mr Khai which ...

Chiang Mai head hurts so bad today.

A travel blog entry by elgatofuerte on Feb 08, 2015

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... and we met a few travelers, Dave a retired teacher from Florida, and another dude who's name escapes me because I'll can think about is his incredibly sexy Irish brogue. Anyway, Ireland told us about a restaurant called the Three Little Pigs that was run by a guy from New Orleans who looked like Santa. Ireland claimed that his Mexican food was the best in Thailand. Not sure how much of a compliment that was at the time, but I think ...

Mountains, massages and monk chat

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jan 26, 2015

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... really appeal (like watching an elephant show where they kick a soccer ball around). We did an overnight trek last time we were here, and we had said we wanted to just take it easy these last few weeks, so that's exactly what we're doing!

Our last day in Chiang Mai was Australia Day, and as is the usual tradition for us, we had to listen to the Triple J hottest 100 countdown. We sat on our little balcony with Triple J streaming on the surface tablet, starting off ...

Another day in chiang rai

A travel blog entry by brittweav on Jan 18, 2015

... mountains trees were pretty much non-existent, which is hard to believe because of what we saw today. The lack of trees led to less rain and if it would rain the topsoil would run right off leading to mudslides in the cities and villages. It also led to contaminated water supply and many other problems. The production of opium led to other illicit activity and still the profit from the opium farms was barely enough to ...