Pura Vida Resort
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... see so many birds flying about the sky and into the cave. Then we took a pretty walk back around the cave to where we parked the car. We had a chill night, had dinner before sitting at a cool Cafe selling yummy iced chai tea. They even had soy milk! It's been hard being lactose intolerant in Asia where so many iced drinks have milk in them (like Thai tea, so yummy!) They also had live music, a very chill ...
Until a careless driver hit her and fled,
Killed her mother and left her for dead.
Thankful for her an angel came,
She took her home and eased her pain.
She cleaned and fed her and kept her warm,
Nat and Dave were her shelter from the storm.
With love and affection, her injuries soon mend,
She only had a few issues with her back leg bend.
She never let her disability ...
... is beautiful. While tempting, I opted not to partake mostly because for every 10 travelers in Pai, at least 2 are bandaged up due to a motorbike accident from the bumpy roads or user error. On my last day out of Pai, I actually witnessed a girl take a corner too fast and literally fly off her bike into a ditch. She ended up being ok but bruised and cut for sure.
A highlight here was a beautiful sunset in the canyons where the sun perfectly ...
... to which she simply replied, "No!" Back at the Pai Cookery kitchen, we started in on the next round of dishes. For the boys, green curry. For the girls, red. Gail already had the rice and sticky rice made, but I tried not to hold it against her. Gail also seemed more talkative by the time she got back, I think she warmed up to my boisterous ways. I'm not too proud to admit that the girls handily won round 2. The final dishes saw the ...
... who could reach the top first, i of course won) as you see the large white Buddha and also a few nice wee temples.
The next day we hired mopeds, had to get up pretty damn early too so we would beat the queues. It was worth it though - a great way too see the place and also visit the attractions just outside Pai. Cost us 100baht (£2 for the day) and we spent the day visiting the Pai Hot Springs which were roasting, there were people actually boiling eggs ...