Baiyoke Chalet Hotel
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... hostel for, so need to try and extend my stay! The hostel is so lovely, like a little secret garden with a communal area and loads of cool people. Caitlin from the jungle trek is here and some of the others from Chaing Mai too - just off to meet for some food, then there's some live music at the hostel ...
After we lazied for a day we decided to travel up to Mae Hong son to visit cave lodge. We boarded our minivan from chiang mai bus station to Mae Hong son, it was an alright 5 hour journey as we slept most of the way. Once arrived it was a rather limited bus stop , we wander around trying to find some sort of transport to cave lodge. We paid 300baht and got a truck to cave lodge. We stayed in a little ...
... top of this I had an iced coffee for breakfast, forgetting about my over active bladder and the bus journey and I had to stop for a wee twice which I think started ******* the bus driver off I'm sorry!!!! I was so relieved when we finally arrived in Pai and walked over the dodgy half broken down bridge to our bungalow by the river. The accommodation is really simple but very nice and the hotel ...
They came for the social event of the week. Tuesday is market day in Soppong. The tiny strip of half a dozen shops was transformed. Thousands in traditional dress had trekked from their villages deep in the remote mountain areas and set up stalls. The air was redolent with smells of coriander and sweet basil. We rode seventy kms to Mae Hong Son later in the morning. The road was well surfaced and undulated through spectacular valleys. The ...
... start from Pai. Around 9am after eating we set of on the long mountain road.
It was nice ride back again stopping at the beautiful views high up in the mountain. It only took us around 4 hours to get back into Chiang Mai.
We were glad we visited this small town out in the country. Its laid back feel was similiar to that of Vang Vieng in Laos. It provided cheap accomodation, good cheap food and was cheap to travel there and around.
Nathan & India x