Apple House

555 Moo 4, Mae Ai, Chiang Mai Province, 50280, Thailand | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Mae Ai

Burma Road

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears


... At my urging Franki bravely slipped and slithered and somehow managed to negotiate a broken stony track that took us high up into the mountains. She was locked in photographic mode and it was a stop start ride as we picked our way up above the clouds. The villagers were amazingly friendly and called out to us. They were possibly telling us that we'd be in deep **** if we went much further. Perhaps rather disappointingly only the older generation ...

Something fishy

A travel blog entry by krocodiletears


... chedis and Buddha images. You can see into Burma from the summit. Novice monks (young boys no older than nine or ten) study and live on the first level and naturally Franki lined up a few apprentices for a photo. They went into fits of giggles when she showed them their image on the iPad. Uposatha Hall or Ordination is located on Level two. The White Buddha is on level three just above the main complex. One level above is the Phra Nakprok - Vipassana Meditation ...

The Hands from Hell (Thailand)

A travel blog entry by usatexan


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


... 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 ...

Chinese Village, Golden triangle & home stay

A travel blog entry by fionamary


... sunny day. The home stay was really lovely. Before dinner an old man from the village came to give us a traditional blessing. This involved singing to us while he pealed boiled eggs & dipped plant leaves in water, sprinkling water on us & tying thread around our wrists. I had no idea what he was singing about but I was told it wasn't religious. We then ate a lovely meal with a huge variety of dishes while the local children played ...


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