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After a days fishing, the boys went for a night out in Pai, Paul had said thay they wouldn't be in late, but knowing my boyfriend and his friends, I told him not to wake me up when they got back!
I had a nice chilled out evening going to bed at about 1am.
... figured why not! Arriving in Chiang Dao not long after midday, some 130km later we find a cheap colourful places with rooms to let, just like Pai for only £6 a night! However unpacking I soon realise I've left my phone all the way back in Pai, and after a few unsuccessful phone calls to the reception in Pai demanding £400 for it, it then sank in that I'd be driving all the way ...
... 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 ...
... by foot in the short time before sundown but didn't find anything too interesting going on.
Day 4: Mae Sariang – Chiang Mai
On our last day of the road trip we stopped off at a couple of waterfalls and Doi Suthep temple, which is inside Doi Inthanon National Park and is perched on Thailand’s highest peak. We stopped to get some happy snaps (including dozens of attempts at a jumping photo) but we were all quite ...
... but hefty five centimeters thick and twenty centimeter wide planks
And how can I not make passing reference to our sundowner time. Our view across the river to the thickly forested mountains is almost "Out of Africa". At any time we expected to see an impala arriving for a drink and getting snapped up by a crocodile.
Was that really a tiger there behind the bush or is the Hong Thong whiskey making us sentimental for ...