Phu Chaisai Mountain Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sunrise at the peak of Phu Chi Fa. According to local people and a handful reviews (we'd managed to dig up online), it is definitely worthwhile. We made it to a view point in almost pitch black, with only our iPhone torches lighting the way. We were the only ones there, at first. We sat shivering on a piece of polythene watching huge clouds literally tumble past us whilst the sky was slowly changing colour, from midnight blues to dark oranges and bright yellows. In front and above ...
... looked sparkling white again. It seemed like no time at all before we arrived at the Police Station in Muang Phrae.
Just as I hopped out of the vehicle the Police Station seemed to be crowded with Police, "Well, take you pick" I said to myself, hoping I’d strike someone who spoke a little English. I had Youi’s mum Yupin’s address on my phone and her number. She was phoned and we were given a Police escort right to her ...
From Chiang Mai we continued our northward journey through Thailand. The bus ride took 3 hours and was a somewhat scenic drive through the highlands. From Chiang Mai northward to the Thai border the landscape changes from relatively flat plains to more mountainous forested/jungle terrain. The city of Chiang Rai itself wasn't necessarily beautiful. Most streets were lined by 1950s-1980s era simple concrete buildings. Aside from the rare temple, it was difficult to see ...
... The limestone outcrops surrounding the cave and views of the river we're pretty nice though. This bridge was literally up the road from the Monkey Cave. Where ever you decide to stop, enjoy the freedom o choice you have with a motorcycle. You don't have to worry about time restrictions and be surrounded by swarms of other tourists. It is a very liberating feeling. And don't worry about the traffic. Just ride with commitment - don't hesitate, and you'll be ...
We left Mae Sai for Mae Salong & had to change to a songthaew for the second part as the hills are too steep for buses. The songthaews won't leave until they are full, that is, with 8 people on board paying 60 baht each. Otherwise, you can pay for one yourself at 480 baht. We waited for about an hour to see if anyone else turned up & no-one did so we paid our money & were off. At $16 for the two of us we figured it was money well spent. The drive was amazing & the ...