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... temples and monasteries nearby, and the whole area is encased by mountains covered in lush forests. In the nearby area, there are many farms and small clusters of ramshackle houses, often made clumsily of straw and wood. A slow, brown river runs through the city, bringing with it the hydration necessary to sustain the inhabitants.
We spent a lot of our time in Pai wandering the markets, the main streets and admiring the fun and interesting decorations ...
... for the rain, but I've got a waterproof day bag to make sure the essentials don't get wet. That being said, there are a few things that I get nervous about. Even though I've got backup credit cards, I only have the one debit card with which to pull out cash. Not sure if there's a way to get cash with a CC out here (I don't think cash back is a big thing), but if anyone knows a way get in touch. Also my phone has proved invaluable as there is wifi EVERYWHERE, so ...
... rooms by us were empty and we had the whole deck to ourselves. It was supposedly the best view of Pai and I wouldn't disagree. So Chris and I sat and enjoyed the sunset (check out the time lapse) over the valley. It was beautiful and I was hopeful for the rest of our time in ...
... and currently relaxing in the sun. We are going to go and grab some food very shortly, and maybe a milkshake or something before the bus ride home. Not going to lie I am very much dreading the bus journey home. - At our guesthouse - not Sk house 2 which is the one we have been staying at, as when we got there we were told the rooms were full. So our tuk tuk driver took us to another place called Lhai Thai guesthouse. It cost us 790 so around 400 each - ...
... do' was visit Pai Canyon. Sure it's no Grand Canyon, but it is still pretty cool. It was also conveniently located 500 m from our accommodation. We walked around some of the ridges for a bit to find the best viewing location.
We saw a restaurant called Na's kitchen the evening before and it was packed, so hoped we could get a table on our last night. It was a pretty long wait in the end, but the food was worth it. Including drinks I think it ended up being ...
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