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Nice clean rooms, the staff are very friendly & reasonably priced.
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Well, our second time in Chiang Mai can be described much better with pictures than words. Please enjoy: our full day cooking class with Thai Farm Cooking and full day of feeding and washing elephants at the Elephant Nature Park (the only park in Thailand rescuing elephants). Www.elephantnaturepark.org Oh! And we were lucky enough to meet up with …
Chiang Mai... So drastically different from the two quiet, calm town's that had broken up our journey from Bangkok up north. We weren't anticipating that the elephant nature park and Thai cooking farm would be booked! Honestly, phitsunalok and Sukhothai were not the most popular tourist stops, so we were not quite prepared for the sudden appearance …
Cosmopolitan, chilled out with a dab of the cafe culture, but with plenty to do. Chiang Mai has it all, and is the perfect place to start if you’re heading up into the mountains of northern Thailand to escape the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. I really enjoyed Chiang Mai, and didn’t want to leave Thailand’s second city. …
... close to Chiang Mai just outside of, not what we wanted but if your lost once you just feel lucky to be back in civilisation. This journey was already to long for to give up and go back to Chiang Mai.We definitely wanted to go to Pai So we started to hitchhiking again we got the chance to use our Sign he had written for us. With a big thai signin our hand and the confidence that this project will work out we begin trying to flag down cars. Unfortunately for the first ...
... we had seen about her ear. He said she has an inner and outer ear infection and to not swim for 1 week and scuba dive for 2 weeks. We were thankful it was happening at this point since the weather was rainy anyways. The hospital visitation was free of charge but Breanne did have to pay 350bot($12) for her prescriptions. As for my feet, they were not healing and seemed to be infected, so we stayed in the hotel for the remainder of the day to allow for the battle wounds to heal up.