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TravelPod Member ReviewsBen Guesthouse Chiang Rai
Awesome place to stay if you are looking for a quiet & serene place .
The location is about a 15 min walk to the town centre .
Staff have been very pleasant and helpful .
Rooms are very clean and well kept and good size too :)
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Our 2 days in Chiang Rai to rest a let Hannah fully recover did not get off to the best of starts! I am fairly certain that it was all a big setup to get me to the Chiang Rai shopping mall!! What happened you may ask?! Unfortunately when walking our camera bag slipped off Hannah's shoulder damaging the lense. Fortunately the extra coverage we took …
... before from Chivit Thamma Da and order room service. Feeling a bit wiped out from our long day of driving and touring our new dinner plan followed by an early retirement to bed sounded amazing! I mean who doesn’t prefer dinner in PJ’s?
For those who have lost track (I continue to, which is a good sign I’m on vacation), it is now Sunday, December 28th. Today we hired a private tour guide to take us to the North western part of Thailand near ...
... of this amazingly beautiful and culturally-rich land. This was deliberate as this is an easily accessible country that we would like to spend more time in then this trip would provide. Having been here, we know that this is a must to return to - the people are friendly, costs are low and transport is fairly good; we'd happily come back independently and explore by ourselves without hesitation and spend some time getting to grips with all it has to ...
... the Mekong, with the lights of Huay Xai in Laos sprinkled and twinkling in the darkness of the opposite river bank.
In the hotel we met a young Brazilian couple with lovely warm smiles, who would be traveling on the same boat to Luang Prabang with us.
A mini bus collected us from the guesthouse early next morning, and took us a few kilometres out of town to the new Friendship Bridge which spans the Mekong, ...
... told us about her adventures. I wondered how a little old English woman ended up in a small hotel kitchen serving coffee to the guests. She explained that she had seen some rough times in the UK concerning her health and that a question she asked her husband one day changed their lives. When Jill overcame her almost fatal illness, she asked her husband, “When you thought I was dead, what were you planning to do with the insurance money?” Her husband replied that ...