C H Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of C H Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews C H Hotel Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... learn these mindfulness practices in real life (mindfulness meaning the ability to be aware of everything in and around you, how it affects you and you affect it and then proceeding from a place of "knowing" intention with everything you do). I'll maybe try to explain a little more later.
From that moment on over the next 15 days, my life turned upside down and inside out, in an incredibly difficult way physically and mentally. Through the difficulties of these days, ...
... thing. I AM investing in myself and staying at the ashram not so I can perfect my dancer's pose but so I can really concentrate on purifying and strengthening my mind.
So the French dive center never got back to me (I emailed them again from my personal email too), and another potential place- a yoga center in Koh Tao- said they don't have volunteers during March/low season. So I was a little bummed, but I looked further. I'd been looking at places I can work at on ...
Mr Evan's Blog
Hey Peeps! What's up dudes and dudettes? We stayed in Chiang Mai for a week. The pool there was like arctic water (Brrrrrrr that's cold!). We drove up a curvy hill then did a hike. At the end of the hike we were at the jungle village. We stayed in a Home stay (a village house where you can eat and sleep with a local family). In the evening we sat around a fire and played with toys made out of sticks from the jungle. My favorite toy was a bamboo gun. ...
... didn’t hurt, just a little prick, and there weren’t any noticeable sensations except my hand got kind of cool and numb. The weirdest part was when I moved my fingers a little bit and the needle moved back and forth because it was placed on my tendon. The doctor told me that I will sleep very well tonight, and will also have better respirations, better heart rhythm, better brain activity, etc. So if I ever finish this blog post, ...
... there were so many men that they spilled over into the women’s room. As we were walking through the ward, I couldn’t help but think of our hospitals back home where patients complain about having a roommate that snores or is personally irritating to them. I know it’s not helpful to compare because everyone has their own perspective, but sometimes I just want to show Americans what healthcare in other ...