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... she was smiling but also looking sheepish. She then showed Katrine her score: a bottle of strawberry brandy! She was so excited about it and luckily it wasn't too expensive at 160bht (only a little over 5$). At 11:15am, we were able to board the bus and we took off shortly after that. The drive was amazing with suck beautiful views as we drove up and down the mountainous road between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. We saw many small streams, passed by lots of rice ...
Chiang Rai is our final stop in Thailand before we cross over to Laos. We left Pai at 6am this morning and got here about 2.30pm. The bus ride back down the mountain was pure grim hell. Had to have a stop for a little sick but then had a tablet and went to sleep for the most part of the journey. We got a minivan back to chaing Mai and then swapped busses and came here. We found a good little guest house quite quickly and it actually has concrete walls - luxury! The weather has been ...
... bikes and on the go.
The cycling for the first day of our trip was amazing. Banana trees, mango trees, corn fields, rubber trees, teak trees, papaya and lychee trees lined the route and people working in paddy fields waved at us as we cycled past. The rain felt really warm and was actually really nice to cycle in and it felt great to be peddling along in our group, chatting about anything and everything with whoever you ended up cycling alongside. Complete, of ...
great view of the rice fields and the mountains, and a visit to the
caves of rural Chang Dao. The surroundings are so beautiful here, we
certainly are looking forward to do a longer jungle trek or a
Meanwhile the hot season is over and
the rain season has now begun. Maybe that means we won't be running
into a 7-eleven (little kiosks that are everywhere) as often in
desperate need of some cold ...
... for being such "good little readers" over the past 10 months. It was fun keeping you posted on all of our experiences and reading your little quips as well, but I must admit, I did this for me as well as you, just to have this documented for us. With my ever dwindling memory span, I would have hated to forget even one moment of this. I wish this kind of experience for all of you someday. Just know it's always there for you I hope to be reading all of YOUR blogs someday! Okay?
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLek House Chiang Rai
Good accomdation, quiet location about 10 mins walk from centre of town.
Staff were friendly. Recommended.
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