Family House

Address: 18 Sankhongnoy A. Muang, Chiang Rai, 57000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Sankhongnoy A. Muang, Chiang Rai, is near Chiang Rai Night Bazaar, Hill Tribe Museum, Doi Tung, and Mae Salong (Santikhiri).
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Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai

Life of Pai

A travel blog entry by mattandbecky on Aug 29, 2014

16 photos

From Chiang Mai we decided that our final destination would be Pai. Loads of people that we met during our travels told us that we should go to Pai as they really enjoyed their time there, but we had never heard of the place.

We got on a minibus for the 3 hour journey from Chiang Mai to Pai along a winding road through the mountains that …

Debrief week and returning home

A travel blog entry by gerrardnate on Dec 14, 2013

Hello Everyone!, Outreach is officially over, and we have returned to New Zealand. This week we closed relationships, processed what God has done, sought God about the future, celebrated the goodness of God and His faithfulness during our DTS, and graduated! This DTS has changed my life for eternity. God had showed himself so faithful to me, his son. He showed me that He has always loved me and always will and nothing will separate me from His love. He healed ...

The Hands from Hell (Thailand)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Nov 26, 2013

91 photos

... moving! Your seat not only has a head pillow waiting for you when you get on, but also a cellophane wrapped blanket. The Gold Bus is advertised as having air-con.  Many busses I have ridden in Asia are non-air-conditioned. But, the Gold Bus is an air-conditioned bus. That's not the reason I bought a ticket on this bus, though. Besides all the personal attention you get, it makes less stops, and gets me to my destination in about 12 ...

End of the term

A travel blog entry by melindan on Oct 12, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... with Lower Elementary. We challenged these kids a lot and gave everyone at least one line in the play. With 26 kids ages 6-8, the pressure was on! As it boiled down to the final days, we were so nervous for their performance. Does everyone have their costume? Does everyone know their lines? We barely even practiced on stage and we never rehearsed with microphones! On the day of the show, the students were amazing. Sure there a few ...

Asian Adventures Part One

A travel blog entry by martinjob on Jul 31, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... towards the south with a much more Asian feel to it. Ridiculously cheap and tasty food was everywhere to be seen - tiny deep fried crabs at the Chinese night market, calorific Chinese breakfasts of pork dumplings, or you could help yourself to Indian food three times a day. Here I met a group of three Germans - after eating our way through the town, we tried our hand at the cultural experience of bowling (I'm rubbish at it in Asia as well, so it turns ...