Phupai Art Resort
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... photos and take in some incredible views.
We went on a slight detour to check out the 'Pom Bok Waterfall' and watched the crazy Thai boys practicing their gymnastics into the plunge pool then continued on to have a lunch stop at the very random 'Love Strawberries @ Pai' cafe, but decided against the strawberry fried rice!
Next stop was the awesome 'Pai canyon' where we stopped for a walk/climb along the narrow canyon paths (glad to have chosen to ...
... almost get lost amidst it, but managed to climb our way back. On a stretch of road leading to the temple we passed a number of elephant camps that offer elephant rides. It was horrendous to see how the elephants were tied up and tethered to wooden shacks, with no mobility and little shelter. They were swinging side to side, a sign of stress and seemed quite thin. We also saw some of them with their gear on, large benches across their backs for people to sit in. After ...
... we left Thailand, after over staying our visa, we headed for the border of Cambodia.
At Aranyaprathet Thailand, we tried to park in a 24 hour park while we got our paperwork together to cross the border, but we were quickly moved on because we didn't want to pay for 24 hours, just 1 hour. At that stage, we were met by a man, who spoke English, who invited himself into our truck, to help us with the Thai exit. We were quite happy with this as ...
... He gestured the way. We walked down the sidewalk to another office to fill out customs forms, be finger printed and then enter Cambodia and an army of buses, taxis and people trying to get our attention. The young man appeared. We had been discussing this process with several fellow travelers in the line, a young french couple on a six month backpacking trip around the world and an older lady, who had been across this border seven years earlier. ...
... in floor height, lips between the room and the hall, from one hall to another, in and out of the bathroom. More than that, two steps on the main stairs leading to the second floor were of different height than the others. We have to look on the bright side, the mattress was wonderful. The air conditioner worked. The bathroom was beautiful and the staff very friendly. It was a good choice with the Cambodian border only 3 kilometers away.