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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Decent lie in although I'm feeling those few early morning Changs with the german lads. Me and Lee smash some hangover recovery powders which make us worse, but scrambled eggs come to the rescue. Again. Heading north to Pai, meant to be nice and chilled so looking forward to some chilled nights before heading South in a few days. Also got rid of the planned 14 hour bus journey and 12 hour sleeper train by ...
... up giving us one and suggested we just have one and I go on the back, much to Sam's horror! so he went round the block to practise a few times then I hopped on,was a little uncomfortable not being in control but actually not as bad as I thought it was going to be! Sam clearly felt umbalanced with me on the back, bless him haha! So we set off,wind in our hair, bugs in our eyes and arrived at the piranah fishing park (in the middle ...
... then went back to the hostel to chill. We were so so tired from a terrible night's sleep the previous evening (our room is so hot and filled with random noises of animals/insects outside), so we snoozed for a few hours. Having showered and freshened up we went out to the market and for dinner. We'd decided to have the street food for dinner as it had looked so good the night before. We finally settled on barbecued sweet corn, breaded cheese and spinach ...
... hang out and eat, drink and buy clothes from. After a couple of days, you will become familiar with faces and people. Very friendly atmosphere from both the locals & backpackers.Pai is a place you would want to spend a bit more time than lets say, Bangkok &Chiang Rai, just because it is simply relaxing.
Loved: Pretty much everything.
Hated: Hospital trips & ...
... leaving the hostel at 10am (or thereabouts...Thai time). I'd set the alarm for 8 but woke up naturally at 7:30 and figured I may as well get going and not be in a rush. We had left some laundry to be cleaned at a place nearby but when we had gone to collect it yesterday it was closed! So before our trip to Pai could begin, a laundry run was required. I grabbed my stuff and ran there and back pretty much to make it back for 9:30. A quick shower ...