Scorpion Tailed Boat Village
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... mai coffee scene's got it goin' on! apparently, they've replaced all the opium fields with coffee. it's so good i wish i could drink it 24-7!!! day twenty-three / mae hong son loop: leaving chiang mai today because i'm ready for a change of scenery. my initial plan was to stay in cities for longer than a few days so i could really see what life was like. now i'm thinking i need to move a little faster. i've found that staying put is nice because you learn your way ...
... had one. I don't know what I was thinking after the last time I had one and hated it. I wasn't a great advertisement for passers by with my screams and my feet didn't feel any different after. We are lucky to be central with so many nice places surrounding us. It's not too busy either and the driving is a lot more sane then Sri Lanka. We had a gorgeous meal at a Thai restaurant (of course) before heading back to the hotel. A nice day with lots planned for ...
... The streets were closed off to cars and there were around 5000 stalls. To prepare myself for the World Cup I purchased the New England kit for a grand total of 300 baht, which is around £6. Compared to prices at home (£40) this was a steal! On Tuesday we had booked a day package that included many fantastic experiences. We started by minibus and reached a butterfly and orchid farm. It was filled with colours and lovely ...
... to get them up with sticks with green tussle which only excited few tigers. I was very sorry for the tigers, to be rudely woken up when all they wanted to do was sleep; it was hot afternoon, the tigers loved the pool. I was spectator to this for a long time, as my daughter was having a great time playing with tigers and as it was the cubs feeding time, she had the chance to bottle feed them.
The tiger population has decreased considerably so The Tiger Kingdom ...
... partner, coffee and tea file all, and finally a walking into the Sunday Night Street Market. Must be at least 8/10 Kilometres of stalls, food, drink, fried insects it's all here. We ate at one of the temple garden outlets, at lest the money went to the temple council. Good food all round, such as Tempura Prawns, 8 for 100 tba. Or A$3.00. Cheap. We had our fill of walking and eating, we said our good byes and headed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting