Little Home

Address: 11/1 Moo10, Banluang, Chomthong, Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai, 50160, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Toluca area of Doi Inthanon National Park, is near Doi Inthananon.
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      Travel Blogs from Doi Inthanon National Park

      Elephant ridin' and top of mountain summiting

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 02, 2014

      29 photos

      ... lifting and how back in the old days when there wasn't machinery the elephants would be used for their brute strength. I wouldn't say that the elephants were treated inhumanely, but they definitely were being used as an attraction to humans. 100 years ago there were an estimated 100,000 elephants in the wild of Thailand, now it is estimated around 5,000 and of that only about 500 are believed to be in the wild. Goes to show how mankind can destroy ...

      Into the heart of darkness

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jun 01, 2014

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... soundtrack to our day.

      In the morning section of our trek, we passed through thick forest and head upwards; gently at first but the ground underfoot became steadily more arduous. Rocks and steep tracks had to be clambered up and I fell on my **** at least twice! All the while, Chen was pointing out things of note: tamarind trees, fire fruit trees, (not ready to eat for another week or so) and we generally chatted away to each other. Eventually, we started to hear ...

      The Roller Coaster

      A travel blog entry by margaretfielder on Mar 17, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... and friends, with a sprinkling of the excitement and dangers of being in Thailand.

      In October, Ryan started working full steam ahead as a "Farm Educator" (same as me), and we were joined by an American Oregonian, Jesse, but lost my good friend and also Oregonian, Amelie. It’s been five months and I still miss Amelie, because she was simply awesome, but Jesse has been excellent company as well, though he is leaving us this week. Fun Family Fact: My brother ...

      The importance of elephants

      A travel blog entry by currin on Feb 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... in 1939 and to remember that significant time in history, by law, the national anthem is played twice daily. We were fortunate enough to be in the market at 6 pm when the national anthem was played over the loudspeaker. Everyone stopped and reverently stood still until the end of the song. It was great to be part of that national tradition. We had not come across it anywhere else while in Thailand.

      Crowded, noisy, and quiet alleys

      A travel blog entry by eatrunplaysun on Feb 20, 2014

      10 photos

      ... whose name I've forgotten, I saw O'Malley's bar. Now if this wasn't a sign to embrace my homesickness, I don't know what would. A few beers later and some good memories popping up from my life in Manhattan, I kept on walking.

      I took a thai cooking class and will return home with the cookbook. Thai cooking is pretty simple- it's just getting the pure, fresh ingredients ...