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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This week brought a trip north to Chiang Mai, travelling by Bus for 12 hours. We arrived just outside the city and got a taxi to our first hotel, Gap's House 2. A very basic room but at £7 couldn’t complain. The next morning we headed to a little bakery for breakfast and then headed into the old city. First we headed to the 3 Kings Monument, …
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I did feel a little anxious at times during the day. The first time, I took a short nap, the second time, I went for a bike ride, and the third time, I did candle gaze meditation.
I talked to Jeenal about how I'm having difficulty meditating in ...
... to capture a story.. Chiang Mai is a sensory overload sort of town - the colour, noise, sights and smells are almost overwhelming, but only almost. For someone who loves a spectacle and intensity, this is perfect playground. Our day? The highlights for me were the pictures of locals that we took. The Monk, in his flowing robes, the old lady in her little shack, the toothless lady who grinned and seemed totally at peace with herself, the ...
... cooking class, Madam Thai practices dart throwing with her local dart team. I end up playing darts with them for hours. They were actually impressed with my dart skills. Too bad we had to leave the next day to Laos or maybe I would be able to participate in one of the local tournaments with them. Madam is one of the top woman dart thrower in the North of Thailand.
Phillipe had to return to college early. Jessica will travel with us for another week into Laos and ...
... looking after it told me to sit and I had a photo with it but unfortunately, it didn't come out properly. We then went to queue for the bus buying more carrots and bananas to feed the animals on the way. There was a bus there straight away but there were no seats together so we decided to wait for the next one. The next three were Thai speaking buses but after a while we got on one. We were told we weren't allowed to use flash photography as it can ...