Bossotel Chiang Mai
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Very nice. Clean and spacious, with comfortable beds.
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... I felt apprehensive. After all, I was looking for peace and quiet in order to explore my mind, not boot camp. It definitely seemed grueling, no phones, no computers, no talking, no eating after 11:30 a.m. until the next morning at 6:30, no more than 6 hours of sleep a night (which within 1 week was reduced to 4 hours!), rising at 4:00 with only enough time to brush teeth and get to temple by 4:15 (that’s a.m.!), clothes, underwear, socks all white, no makeup, no hair ...
... If your ever walking the streets of Bangkok and you need a sit down or to use the toilet, these places are invaluable. We walked for a few hours without any sense of direction and somehow found ourselves out side the Lumpini Park underground station and not too many meters from our hotel. The position of Pantip Suites is good not only because of it's proximity to the city (by transport or on foot), but also for the number ...
... wich you have to fill in online and print out, did cost us 2 and a half hour for the both of us. And passport photo's we alreay took from Vietnam. Quite positive we went there but quickly our positive mood was gone. This because they want you to book flights and hotel first.......but as far we know it's not garanteed you get visa ......
and we like to go forward to Nepal so can we book one way to India and cross border and fly out from Nepal? On all of ...
... after a series of dramatic riots. It's nothing like that here. The truth is, besides curfew and a few soldiers scattered around the city, you can't even tell there's a coup. In typical Thai fashion, one ex-pat told me, Thais are super chill about the whole thing. I literally forgot there was a coup until I saw a group of soldiers outside a mall, most of them [probably texting/tweeting/facebooking] on their cell phones. I was tempted to take a selfie and join the ...
We returned to Bangkok via night train in an attempt to maximize hang out time with Sarajane's college friend Hanna and boy, did she hook us up. Hanna is working in China right now and happened to be visiting a friend in Bangkok exactly during our last two days in the city. We ended up staying with Frank and Meg, two of the most generous and inviting parents we've ever met. I mean honestly, ...