Rux-Thai Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRux-Thai Guest House Chiang Mai
I paid the most dollar for accommodation in this Thai/Laos/Cambodia trip. It is oan ld looking place and somewhat creepy feeling about the building but the reception was warm and friendly which made my stay rather satisfactory.
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before dinner we were able to relax and then dinner was prepared for us and we went down to eat. unfortunately i was not a fan of dinner so i ended up breaking down and getting a piece of toast because i was soooo hungry. The head master of the school brought us a thai fruit called Rhombutan. it was quite good. looks like very spikey but you peel that off and eat the inside.
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