Art Ann Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in our eyes anyway. We arrived ahead of time in Chiang Mai and went to buy tickets for the bus to Chiang Rai and had to wait an hour or two for our next journey. When it started, we couldn't believe it - our first bus that actually resembled one back home, with working air con, a toilet, comfy seats and an added bonus of a snack and drink for each passenger. Now THIS drive was a crazy one! It wasn't quite as twisty as the route to Pai, but had it's moments and ...
... used all the data gathered from the
morning to make a map of the village, made geno-grams of our mother and of the
oldest lady, and also used the information about community organization,
history, and a calendar of harvesting times to present to our professors about
the village, I must say that I learned a lot today. I also thought the part
where the village will pay for you to stay in a hospital for up to 10 days was
very interesting. I do not think that ...
... a new livelihood for the people. The Princess Mother initiated the restoration of the environment that was majorly destroyed because of slashing and burning type of farming. They planted macadamia nut and coffee bean trees that were farmed by the people. As another type of income villagers sell their handmade crafts (some of which I bought today) as well as potted flowers. She truly made it possible for the people to stand on ...
... and no development, just a sea of green created by the crops of corn, rice and tea. Much of the drive was along the Mekong River with Laos just a rock throw away.
We rolled up to Rai Saeng Arun which was peacefully situated along the Mekong River. As we were led to our riverfront dining table we passed rows of organic produce on both sides. The menu had a large selection of dishes all showcasing items from their garden. We ordered fresh spring rolls, eggplant with ...
... another road to follow. Once again I passed a nice area with a park, a statue and some food stalls. The park was full of locals sitting down, and kids playing around. Despite being on one of the main road, it felt like being a world away from a town. I suddenly realised that I arrived back at the market, and there were a few more stalls open. Not having any lunch earlier I walked along the stalls, and tried some of the food on offer (and there was a lot of different types). Started with ...