Tapae Place Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTapae Place Hotel Chiang Mai
Slightly run down but great location and huge rooms, and decent English speaking tv channels.
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Hello, again, Blogonauts!
So on Saturday morning, February 8, I flew north from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Thailand. (Surprisingly, flying around southeast Asia can be relatively cheap. This flight, purchased 2 days before take-off, cost less than $50.00.)
Chiang Mai's basic lay out is strikingly similar to Mandalay's: A square moat …
... The Canadian/ Thai guy who Tash met by trying to do karate with him! Lol hiiiiii ya! The dreadlocks hippy guy who asked us if he could stay in our room! We attempted to start a Congo line at one point. It started with 5 of us, we were doing the Congo all round the club through crowds of people...it ended with only the 5 of us!! No one joined on, awkward. We were back at our hotel at 5am and fell straight to sleep. Was woken up several times early in the morning by ...
... recordings included several 'let's do that one more time' and then started all over again. I got a Thai massage from a blind person, posed for someone's clothing blog, ate a very yummy hamburger with an Asian twist in a sticky rice bun, got blessed by a monk who hit my head with a wet palm leaf brush, ambled around many, many markets, ordered pork from the infamous 'Pork Lady' who wears a cowboy hat and got locked inside the Wat Phra Singh's grounds at midnight.
... nights. We spent the first day chatting, discovering the area and popped into a tattoo parlor where I got my wrist tattoo with bamboo. It was such a cool experience - they were friendly, clean, and very patient with me while we worked together to find the perfect design and size for my tattoo and I love it. It didn't not-hurt, but it was far less painful and a quicker process than I expected. I'm very tempted to get the forearm compass I've been talking ...
Coffee beans, tea pillows, bamboo baskets, waterfalls, freezing limbs, and another crazy adventure! The past two days in the village of Maekampong were absolutely beautiful. We were all divided up into small groups to be placed in homes in the village for an interactive experience. Our mission during this three day home-stay was to learn about community nursing and to study the Maekampong Hill Tribe. We used a Seven Tool Assessment Guide created by one of the BCNC ...