Bossotel Chiang Mai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBossotel Chiang Mai
Very nice. Clean and spacious, with comfortable beds.
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... bring luck so they give big discounts. We can't tell you everything we picked up as some are gifts, but here is just one example. Liz was looking at a pearl necklace (it was real - we did the lighter test) that was listed at 900 baht ($36CDN approx.). She also picked out two pairs of pearl earrings (300 baht) and a jade bracelet (350 baht). After negotiating everything for 900 baht, Liz pulled out her cash and realized she only had 740 ...
... in agony tomorrow) and then we headed out for some food. We've been complaining a little about the lack of good food around these parts. It's a shame, knowing that Thailand is so good for food, and having found so little of it that works for us in a place where we're going to spend a lot of time. Fortunately we found a little place tonight tucked in a little alleyway that served up some gorgeous food. I think I speak for both of us when I say we'd gladly go ...
... was, even if I managed a later flight out of Luang Prabang I would now miss my connection in Bangkok because I was supposed to transfer to the regional airport there to fly to Myanmar. $400 later I had a new ticket that would get me into Yangon at 9:30 pm - in time to meet my friend Noreen (as I had promised) who was arriving just before midnight. I guess I should thank my lucky ...
... waiting for the bus but only once during rush hour. Sitting low, in an open vehicle, in stop and stop traffic, breathing exhaust in the heat of the day is not a good thing. Tuk Tuk's had there own eccentricities as you have to negotiate your fare, survive the zipping amongst the traffic and one evening our driver took a detour to stop for a drink at a favorite stop midway through our trip. He did offer to get us one though.
The people continue to be ...
... to the hostel in Bangkok, with the added annoyance of the sleeper train's window not closing properly, so it was a noisy and wet 12hrs back to the capital. Thankfully my card is sorted now (after a 15min and £6.00 phone call) allowing me to withdraw sufficient funds to get up to Laos and saved me from sleeping on the streets last night.
Also got a new phone as the cost of repairing my ...