Scorpion Tailed Boat Village

Address: 381/1 Near Farham Temple Charoenrad Road(Old Far-Harm Road), Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 381/1 Near Farham Temple Charoenrad Road(Old Far-Harm Road), Chiang Mai, is near Wat Chiang Man, Hilltribe Villages, The Best Thai Cookery School, and Amora Spa.
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2015 so far……………

A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Aug 19, 2015

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Well it's mid August already, I can’t believe how fast the time has flown by this year and I guess that before I know it, it’ll be Christmas again! This year since March I have been in serious meditation retreats and I’m glad to say that this time is now over. To say that it’s been one of the hardest times in my life is an understatement. I would have gladly paid someone else all the money that I had in the world ...

Bike Tour Day 4: Gemma FM

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 09, 2015

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... and some comfy beds. First we went to the night bazaar in the centre which was buzzing with people and a fantastic selection of food stalls which we keenly explored. We decided upon a selection of curries and rice from one place, where we negotiated a discount as part of the deal. The best were the crispy spring rolls, green curry and a pasta(!!!) dish. We stayed around in a lively courtyard listening to some music and enjoying a quick ...

Thailand Part 2

A travel blog entry by lucemoose on May 18, 2015

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... bit. After a couple of days in Chiang Mai, we took an overnight trip to the Elephant Nature Park, which is a rescue centre for elephants that have been forced to work in the illegal logging industry, trekking and tourism begging. We picked that one as it's one of the only centres we could find that didn't ride the elephants, or use hooks and chains to control them. Instead of punishing the elephants, they retrained them through positive enforcement and they ...

Elephants and an Incredible Park

A travel blog entry by boldboomer on Apr 21, 2015

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... us safe in our seats, that was not going to happen. The first few steps were akin to a circus show where one waves prettily for the camera, with smiles on our faces as the elephant saunters. Soon after, it decided to follow its own course. While the rest of the riders were leisurely strolling on even ground, ours started to go down the hill and we were at a dangerous downward angle and close to the river. The rope did not keep us in our seats at all so Tony, ...

Temples and Tiger Kingdom!

A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Apr 01, 2015

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... to fill them up. Back to Bang, he was asleep with a large brick of ice under his front left leg, which is in the pen for them to lick and keep cool, but he decided he was just going to lay on it, and I don't blame him, it was upwards of 35 degrees Celsius today plus humidity and he has a fur coat. After taking a number of pictures of him laying their, Lennea went around behind him and sat down and started to slowly and cautiously rub his belly. The trainer then told ...