Chiang Mai five stars Hosteling International

66/71-72 Mo Ban Raming, Chiang Mai, 50110, Thailand | Hostel
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Chiang Mai - A tale of two cities.

A travel blog entry by ashmac

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I visited two cities last night. One was shinny and glitering, full of tourists and money, it even had a McDonalds, Starbucks and Burger King. It was the schene of the very expensive Le Merdiain Chiang Mai, and street market sellers smiliy and looking very happy. The next city was dirty and dusty, there were no flashing lights or expensive shops, …

Hostel Hopping in Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by ashmac

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I checked out of Libra guest house because the beds were like rocks covered in straw! Not up to my standards!! I had looked in a copy of the Lonely Planet and it recommeded Banana Guest House, Left aligned photo tag: so I thought I would give it a try! It was very cheap (about 2 pound a night) and the little old man behind the desk showed me up to …

A Touch of Introspection.....

A travel blog entry by joanknab

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... the other day and got scrambled eggs. (It's not the first time I managed to screw up this one.) Ahhh well……at least I’m trying.

As for Russ, he took a woodcarving class from a master carver about 45 minutes south of Chiang Mai and he loved it. I’ll send along pictures in a future blog, because the carving he worked on turned out so great. It has other pieces to it as well though, so he is hoping to start on those soon. I’ll fill you ...

Buddhism vs. Catholicism

A travel blog entry by ripo0005

... followers, monks would have no way to support themselves. Priests in Catholic Churches have a bigger endowment to live off of. Most have a house provided by the church, go grocery shopping, and have clothes to wear, and a car to drive. Monks do not have these same opportunities. Buddhists seem to visit the Temple more often then Catholics. At any random time during the day, followers can be seen kneeling through the doors of the temple. After school it is not unlikely to see ...

Jungle days

A travel blog entry by jaredmein

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... which I never thought I would call a luxury! They then drove us up a large sand track and told us all to get out and the trekking began. We struggled up and down hills through rivers and under trees, After an hour we thought we were dying but knew it couldn't get much worse until pea khan told us this was a baby trek and tomorrow we would be facing mumma and papa trek!! So after a few more long miles we arrived at our first hill ...

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This hostel, located on 66/71-72 Mo Ban Raming, Chiang Mai, is near Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School, Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School, Panda Tour & Trekking, and Sinativa Spa Club.
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