The Lazy Moon Homestay, B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... where we looked around a small flower garden then headed in search of the street food and night bazaar. We found a few stalls and were a little disappointed but after asking a local found we hadn't quite got to the right place. After finding it we ordered a couple of kebabs, I had a tom yum hot pot and Nicole had her first pad thai which she didn't enjoy so she got a few battered vegetables and rice dish afterwards. Finally we got a ...
... was soo good! After breakfast we went to class where we learned
about the village and how they live and about their diet. Their village is very
touristy because where we are staying it is specifically for tourist to live in
a home stay, which I found very interesting because I did not think the village
people would like tourist but I think it is more for making extra money since
picking tea and coffee beans does not bring in that much.
At breakfast we ...
... bite. Yum, it was quite tasty. As we enjoyed our nourishing noodle soup Tony continued to share more information with us about Thai culture. He started out with a cliff note version on the Thai lady boy culture. Now I’ve always wondered about lady boys, primarily who they are in relationships with. Tony explained there are 3 types of gays in Thailand (if I recalled this detail correctly): 1) the King gay 2) the Queen gay and 3) the Lady boy. He proceeded to explain the ...
... was more than a transit point. It was a nadir point. The stomach rumbles started earlier in the evening and cramps and real discomfort ensued for the rest of the night. Then the explosive, projectile diarrhea. Poor Bud. I am pretty sure the culprit was the "gift" a pudding dessert that was street warm and had been sitting around a long time. They were cute colorful little stars and bite sized ...
... Prabang. This was not the last time we will have met over the next week....
Arriving back in Chiang Rai I decided to visit the Black House, another attraction in the area. And it seems you can now take the public bus as well there. The bus leaves from platform 5 & 6, and cost 20 Baht. As usual I was told when to get out of the bus, and I was, well, in the middle of nowhere, next to a very busy dual carriageway. There was a little sign for Baan Dam, pointing to a little ...