Asia Lampang Hotel
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... Next stop for us (after lunch) was the nursery. There were three babies here at the time.Two with their mothers and one baby with his surrogate mother. The babies were all so boisterous one was even trying to climb over the fence. Im not sure what he would have done if he had actually managed to do it but he was cute to watch.
It was while we were here Mr Pon got a phone call asking him to take us to the homestay area. Here they house people who are on ...
... attention, better service to customers, will ensure
them that there is someone to help them at the time of the confusion
they're going to get the best from you. When choosing a men's suit
discount, before making a final decision, it fits within your budget,
and you please make sure that it has not been price too. Please do not
try to ignore the comfort and fit you are going to receive in your
... twenty minute journey and once we were on our way, thanks to all the open windows we had natural air con anyway and we arrived at the centre more than just a little windswept. Signing in we filled out the necessary forms before changing into our super stylish mahouts uniform, which can only be described as a denim two piece consisting of a shirt and culottes. They were however very comfy and we quickly set off to meet our mahout and elephant that we would be working with. We ...
... in a rainbow of flour-water-food colouring concoctions. The atmosphere was incredible, everyone energized, happy and free, dancing and singing along with the Thai pop music blaring from the trucks. Being the only foreigners in the city we were prime targets for both of these and were soon invited into the back of a truck by a group of friends, including a ladyboy who worked in a club in Phuket and a Thai guy who’d been living in Australia for the past ...
Lampang was another historic town in which I only spent one night, en route to Chiang Mai. It was a quaint, pleasant town. I ended up in a nice looking hostel in a reconstructed old building which was great, except the staff were strange and paranoid and didn't rub off on me too well. Plus the name made no sense: the Prink Hostel. Huh?? Possibly some mistranslation from Thai to English. Should it be the Pink Hostel? I just ...