Lampang Wiengthong Hotel
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Be even nicer with a pool, although it does have a piano that plays itself..
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... a good place to live. Except for the whole lack of hot water thing. I took the fastest shower on record and I still think I got a mild case of hypothermia.
That afternoon we journeyed to the village’s famous waterfall, which you had to hike quite a ways uphill to get to. It was absolutely stunning though. It seemed to go on forever. We climbed up stairs that were partially taken over by trees and roots, ...
... the forest fires from terrorizing the forest belonging to Mae Kampong. Furthermore, no one may cut down a tree without a permit from the village leader granting permission. The river is also carefully guarded, because water is essential to daily living and the health of the forest and crops. Household plumbing draws water directly from the river as it cascades through the mountain. Because the river is small, each ...
... services to the community. If services that serve the community such as the homestays group or the Thai massage group want a loan, they can have one free of interest. For individuals interest varies for loans, and they must pay the money back in three ...
... effective for certain illnesses. Once again we were able to see the resourcefulness of the Thai people, and learned that combined with western medicine, eastern or traditional medicine also has a part to play in caring holistically for the individual.
We continued up the mountain at grades that I’m sure most vehicles would not be able to handle until we reached the village. The roads were so narrow, it ...
... herbs, massage, sauna, acupuncture, etc.) for chronic health conditions. I really appreciated their homeopathic approach although I still am wary of Eastern medicine's focus on the spiritual aspect and energy lines.
Anyway we continued our journey on towards the village and the road started to get very windy and steep. We wound our way through a drier climate up into a more rainforest/cloud forest type of climate. It really wasn't a very long trip and we arrived at ...