Lampang Hotel

Address: 52 Suandok Rd. T. Suandok Muang, Lampang, 52000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 52 Suandok Rd. T. Suandok Muang, Lampang.
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Wanalee at last

A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Nov 13, 2014

2 comments, 102 photos

... OMG Jody was going to get to ride her as well. She could have wet herself with excitement! Could this day get any better??

This was way more than we had hoped for. Thank you Mr Pon as we are sure you were behind this.

So Bryan got on the first elephant and wandered over to the area where the kids were waiting to watch the show start.

Then Wanalee came along and Jody and Wanalee joined Bryan - we never expected to be in the show!


Please support Long Jim, the Pizza Man!

A travel blog entry by smeelog on Nov 28, 2013

19 photos

... brightly coloured carts that drip with nylon flowers and are handled by Stetson-wearing drivers!), the city sees relatively few visitors. While this gives it a more 'undiscovered' feel, it means Jim has his work cut out for him. Fun facts: As well as being a self-taught pizza chef -- spending the last two years perfecting his recipe -- Jim has customised a bread oven, to get it producing a high enough temperature that you only need wait five to ten minutes for your pizza!! I've ...

A nice surprise

A travel blog entry by romyalejandro on Nov 08, 2013

36 photos

... Ten meters from it, there was another place called Tonnan Guesthouse that looked even better than Riverside. The problem this time was that there was absolutely no one at the reception. We waited there for 15 minutes but no one showed up. In the meantime, I took the liberty to check one of the rooms, which was open. It was quite nice: a spacious bungalow with a very big bed, air-con, nicely decorated and it looked ...

The Day We Became Elephant Keepers

A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Sep 06, 2013

5 comments, 32 photos

... how to get on and off by getting the elephant to bend their front leg so we could step on and climb over to sit just behind his ears. Getting on seemed easy but getting off the same way seemed a long way down, so instead we were shown another method whereby the elephant bows and we can slide down the front of his face and off the trunk. A much easier and more fun way of getting off. Now that we had successfully mastered this technique (in our mahout's eyes) we instantly ...

A Short Stop

A travel blog entry by crayonchameleon on Apr 10, 2013

7 photos

... but there is a lot to see in the immediate area if one has the right transportation. Stubbornly relying mainly on foot or bicycle, this meant I didn't get to see a lot, but with only one day (and getting tired of moving around so frequently) I wasn't worried. I walked around the riverside and visited a few temples (Wat Pong Sanuk, Wat Sri Chum, Wat Si Rong Mueang) as well as an old teak mansion filled with antiques. The ...