- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of the day, their keepers came to ride them to the forest where they spend the night. One woman keeper came up to the elephant and he lowered his head and then lifted her up onto him with his trunk! It was so cool. We drove back into Pai and stopped for dinner on the way. Even though Dave asked in Thai for it to be less spicy, his food was so hot that he was pouring with sweat, poor thing. I tasted it and it was really spicy. We then went back to our place and got changed ready to ...
It's 4 o clock, and we are chilling by the pool at our hostel, which is also a circus school. If you wanted stereotypical "traveling" then this is the place to come. There are people hula hooping, and have been hula hooping for the past 2 hours, there's a guy playing the guitar, people chilling on hammocks, people sitting around on chairs in a circle, and loads of people with beers in the pool. ...
... of town a bit, but all the commotion made the holiday fun. On New Year's Eve we wandered town a bit looking for a good place to spend some time. We ended up at a fun Indian restaurant with cheap cocktails for a bit before we spent the rest of our night at a whole in the wall joint where the bar tender also was the entertainment by playing cover songs all night. He also invited others to come on stage and so we were treated to a bit of an open ...
... the company that would take your bags had no bikes left and so Billy and I ended up on a regular bus. To be fair it was still pretty impressive. I had my best 'small world' moment yet when the kiwi girl I was sat next to told me she spent a year living in Wantage!
Pai is an amazing place and just crazily relaxed. I was staying at a place called Spicypai that was a fantastic choice for Christmas. All over Thailand people had been recommending this to me and ...
Left Mae Song Haeto Khun Yuam and on the way went to a Tribal Village , The Long Necks as they are best described, had to trzvel off the beaten track and through 5 or 6 river crossings not dedp but slippery and yes failed once lost the front wneel but saved ourslves no damage done.
A sign said
NO HORNS ELEPHANTS which we had a laugh at, then out of the blue an Elephang in the middle of nowhere and ...