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We went to eat the complimentary breakfast in town again before returning our motorbikes. It was bittersweet to get rid of them, they are scary but it's nice to be able to conveniently get around as you please. And as I started to get used to them and more confident, it started to be less scary and more fun. We checked out of the resort and heading to a well known hostel closer to town, a short walk from the city centre. It ...
We had tried to buy bus tickets back to Pai through the hotel but they told us its cheaper to go to the bus stop ourselves. We told them we weren't bothered about saving a few pounds but they didn't want to book it for us. We got up early and headed to the bus station to buy our tickets, unfortunately, they didn't have two seats on the same bus. We deliberated taking separate buses as we needed to get back as early as possibly, we were already running late! By the time we ...
Running and chasing her siblings around.
Everyone fell in love with the beautiful puppy,
Whose name was decided would be Lucky.
She bought a smile to all that she met,
You'd never believe she once was neglect.
Sadly she got sick and today met her end,
A very sad day to lose a great friend.
You're now with the angels but are sure to be missed.
Goodbye sweet puppy and rest in ...
... between the mountaintops. My new friends and I navigated the canyons ups and downs like pros and it was a scene unlike one I had experienced in Asia thus far.
After a 2 nights stay at Purple Monkey, I decided I was over the bungalow novelty and wanted a place that didn't have constant mosquitos and early morning construction next door. I checked into The Happy House and felt at home instantly. The guys working the front desk were great ...
... spicy seafood soup and the girls making chicken pad thai. Honestly by that point, Gail had brought out some other stuff and we were all sharing food with reckless abandon. I'm not sure who won, but smart money would still be on the girls even though my stomach was the real winner. During dinner, Gail busted out the Hong Tong, a Thai whiskey, for anyone who wanted it. I think that's when Gail and I REALLY bonded, as we ended up splitting most of ...
Other places to stay in Pai
245 Moo 1 Chaisongkram Rd, Pai | 4 star hotelfrom $46
119 Moo 2, Tambol Wiangnuer, Pai | 3 star hotelfrom $29
65 Moo 3, Pai | Hotelfrom $26
13 Moo 4 Rungsiyanon Rd, Pai | Hotelfrom $16
87/1 Moo3 Viang Tai, Pai | Hotelfrom $10