Apple House

Address: 555 Moo 4, Mae Ai, Chiang Mai Province, 50280, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 555 Moo 4, Mae Ai.
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      Travel Blogs from Mae Ai

      Day 4: To Fang (75k)

      A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 05, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... was too hot &/or frustrating to look further. I later passed a disrepaired old sign while walking to tescos to buy porridge, which on closer inspection turned out to be that of an abandoned and once proud Chok Thani. I enjoyed the fancy guesthouse I was at by eating a fish on a stick and some sticky rice that I bought at the market at the hotel room, and then sleeping a long long ...

      Rest Day

      A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 04, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... a plastic tea sieve cup thing - which no doubt I'll be regretting every hill until I get back to Chiang Mai. Ah well, it's not as bad as the mahjong set that i lugged around the whole of China and then the Uk, and never ended up playing. I think the last few years I have been drinking too much coffee, and not enough green ...

      Elephant ride

      A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Dec 13, 2013

      10 photos

      Day 62 - Today is elephant ride day and much to my dislike it's raining! The Saws get picked up at our hotel at 9am and we join a German couple on the trip. Our Thai tour guide is called Homee, a little, old man really, who is very chatty, makes a lot of jokes and is a bit odd!

      We take a long tail boat on the Maekok, which was cool and we saw some great scenery. Although I was less keen on how high the river came around the sides of ...

      The Hands from Hell (Thailand)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Nov 26, 2013

      91 photos

      The huge white structure, covered with tiny mirror chips, radiates and glistens in the sun's rays. It's a WOW moment when I round the corner and first see it. Such a sight was totally unexpected. Reactions of others nearby is the same. Once it is completed in 2070, it will most likely be one of the most stunningly beautiful Temples in the world, if not already so. Surrounded by a pond, I must walk across the bridge leading to it. On either side of the bridge ...

      Into the Wild...

      A travel blog entry by rjgrae on Oct 20, 2013

      12 photos

      ... We arrived by boat in the end, after getting lost and then walking down a slippery wooden slope to the river bank and jumping (fully laden with our bags) onto a rickety old motor boat. The brief trip to camp was good fun in the end, but someone wasn't too impressed with the safety features on board or the speed of the river which is fairly high after a few days of heavy rain; see video lol. Camp itself is lovely and absolutely in the middle of nowhere. We can't hear any ...