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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... property we logically thought the park entrance. We cruised around the coffee and tea shops then quickly realized the bike rental was not located at the park entrance. We found the information desk and inquired where we rent bikes. She advised it was 1k away at a red barn; however, the free shuttle bus was already full so she suggested we have our driver take us. We thought 1k is not far so we’ll walk it. We started down the dirt road and after walking 20 minutes we had not ...
... She told us a lot about the history of the trade and the corrupt trade. She was a very funny guide and made jokes throughout, sometimes unsure if she was joking until she burst out laughing. We took the longtail boat through a section of the Mekong River where we were able to see the different countries from the water. We then got out and were able to walk through to the border of Laos. Unfortunately, they were unable to stamp my passport to say I'd been in another country ...
... artists depicting religious teachings, whilst using modern celebrities, characters and scenes. Examples of these include the twin towers, Michael Jackson and batman! After the temple, the multiple adverts had twisted our arm into going to a pizza restaurant (basically Pizza Hut). We stuffed ourselves as much as our bodies (and budgets) would let us before returning to the ...
... Tuk Tuk and taxi drivers, ready to take us exactly where we needed to go as long as we paid over the odds for it. We ****** off one taxi driver in A Life of Brian haggling moment, to the extent he turned his back on us. We convinced a Tuk Tuk driver to take us to the main station for 150 Baht and hopped in. I always feel like life becomes slightly surreal in Bangkok. Clinging to my things and holding on for dear life we squeeze between cars, whizz past near misses, turn sharply, ...
... the stupa in 14something. There is now a replica, also carved from a single piece of jade, which sits in the temple in Chiang Rai. There is also a nice little museum which was interesting. Our guide helpfully pointed at couple of signs for us to read.We declined a lift back to the hotel and instead popped into the market to pick up some tiny oranges for the boat ride. We also stopped in the 7 eleven for bottles of drinks and some unidentified purple stuff in bread to ...