Pura Vida Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... selling clothes and jewellery. We then went to a club called bamboo bar which is an amazing location next to the river and the whole structure made out of bamboo. But it was the weirdest experience with a total of 16 of us. That's us 13 from our hostel , 2 dogs ( one a pit bull) and one 16 year old thai girl who was the bartender/ DJ. It's good here because it's cooler at night than in Chiang Mai so can sleep ...
... you could probably rent a hostel room for the same price. The other night I got an hour long Thai massage in Pai for less than I paid for a tank top in Ao Nang. Fifth, I'm not sure yet what it's like getting around between cities in the rest of Southeast Asia, but in Thailand these guys are a well oiled machine. I'm not sure how it all works together, but the coordination between the different people, agencies, and services is ******n impressive. It's also ...
... was a taxi dropping off some girls at the canyon, so we ran down to catch up with the man and he took us back to our hotel for 100 baht each - not too bad. If we hadn't seen him, then we would have had to wait ages for a taxi, as we didn't know the Thai code to ring a taxi, and there didn't seem to be many people around the canyon other than one man selling drinks on the front. So here we are now, not long got back from our taxi ride home, which took about ...
... feeling too well. So we may just chill, but we can decide later. We are staying in a bungalow, it's dead cute, like a little shack. The bed seems pretty comfortable (I lay on it straight away) and it's cute and cosy. Most of the shacks gave hammocks too. Then ours is a large bungalow so we have a toilet at the back with a shower in - we weren't feeling sharing a bathroom tonight so paid slightly ...
... garden. The girls got a fish themed one. At the end of the day though, it only cost $26 a night, so we could't really complain.
A day in Pai
As Shaun hasn't seen Elephants yet we decided to check out Thom's Elephant Camp, which was only 5 mins away from our accommodation. It was supposed to be an hour long and cost $32 each. We opted to ride with no saddle or seats. To get on said Elephant we had to climb up its leg which was pretty hilarious.