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TravelPod Member ReviewsRainforest Boutique Chiang Mai
loved the pool- hang out with the unfriendly Euros!
stay in the new section
great buffet breakfast
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Dag 13 Mae Hong Son – Chiang Mai
Vanochtend hebben we uitgeslapen tot 8.00 uur. Vandaag vliegen we terug naar Chiang Mai en morgen verlaten we Thailand. Vanochtend moeten we onze tassen zo inpakken dat we niet boven de 20 kilo uitkomen. We vliegen namelijk met nok air en zij zijn erg streng op overbagage. Na even puzzelen is het ons …
... more Thai friends there that we decided to teach a few drinking games too, which was a little difficult at the time as only one of them spoke English, but we were all pretty drunk by the end of it. When we got back to our hostel a few of us sat up and mucked about outside, we wanted to carry on drinking but 7/11 had sadly stopped serving alcohol so crisps it was! I ended up in the pool fully clothed (against my will) but ...
... we had a wander and decided on a drink in bamboo bar, I had a cocktail holly another Chang. We then started talking to an old Australian man who's has travelled most of his life, he gave us tip on where to go, what to see. He was really fascinating to talk to - he also suggested a small restaurant around the corner which does the best Indian he had ever had and also suggested the madras- he had also lived in indian for 9 years - ...
... they all tend to have walkways instead of roads.
The next day we did our last scuba dive in the area. We were told by many dive masters that this was most people's favourite dive site. Our boat was heading straight for a storm where no other boats were to be seen. I have never dove in this kind of weather and wasn't expecting the dive to have great visibility. Jumping into the water was a bit nerve wrecking due to the wavy dark waters, but I held it together. Breanne was ok and ...
... but some of them were pretty nice.
From the orchid and butterfly farm we were headed to a local market where our guide bought some supplies (mainly food for dinner and breakfast). The agency calls it “local jungle market” to make it sound better but it wasnīt anything alike. Itīs just a small village market, nothing special.
Before we started trekking to the elephant camp we had lunch (noodles with chicken, egg and vegetable). The portion wasnīt ...