Tapae Place Hotel
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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, …
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 …
... of them we couldn't. It looked like they were using milk and we didn't want milk in ours so we ended up not getting one as they were so rude! Instead, you guessed it, we had our tea, hot chocolate and some digestive biscuits finally!! Nathan was happy because his biscuits had finally melted and they weren't one big massive one stuck together anymore, and he was able to actually eat one! Then it was bed ...
... WAI (pronounced Way) is the polite gesture used in greeting and is explained in the next section.
My Name Is varies greatly based on if you are a Man or Woman
If you are Male you say Phom Chue "your name" Khrap (pronounced Pom Shew .... Krop)
If you are Female you say Di-Chan Chue "your name" Kha (pronounced De-Shawn Shew .... ...
... and one night feeding and bathing the elephants, but most importantly, learning about the elephants and how their lives have been impacted by tourism. My eyes were opened to what I probably knew subconsciously, but when the information is provided first hand, it is impossible not to be affected. I vowed to not endorse elephant tourism, nor tigers (which I also asked about at the elephant park and the guide was almost in tears). Upon my return to Chiang Mai, I ...