- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... my legs even though my bags are s stupid weight (I defiantly could have brought half the stuff). I finally found Bluebird Eco Village where I would be staying for 4 nights to complete a yoga detox holiday. It was nestled down a little side street beside a pretty little temple and a yummy looking Vegan restaurant behind. I was greeted by a local lady called Bow and her husband who was born in Holland but has been living in Chiang Mai for 10 years now where he ...
... English food and adorned with West Ham flags on the wall.
Hannah and I explored Chiang Mai on foot the next day and took in a few of the sights. It is a fairly large city with an ancient old town contained in a still-present boundary wall with numerous temples and monuments to visit. There are plentiful massage opportunities and this we took advantage of, opting for a place where ex-convicts are employed following their rehabilitation into society, having trained whilst ...
Doi Suthep is beautiful even after the 300 steps which you have to climb. There is a 30b entry fee. Spend your time walking around and seeing people praying especially the monks.
The view of the city from the top is not actually that great as most of Chiang Mai is quite flat, there are no tall buildings.
Definitely spend at least 3 days here. There is plenty more I could have done but I had other places to see in the north.
... ride on the day OR night safari and most shows. Pictures with animals, food for feeding manually animals and for yourself are in addition. The free shuttle from downtown doesn't exist despite the brochure. It cost me 200 baht by tuktuk on the way there, and 100 baht upon return in a public red truck (a private one wanted 300 baht). There were some shows that were not offered, despite the schedule stating otherwise. ...
Black Burmese chickens:
Nong raises black burmese chickens (the entire bird is black from beak to bones) These are very rare and only 2 people raise these chickens in Chiang Mai.
The Royes wanted to take a Thai cooking class in Chiang Mai but Nong insisted he do the class at his family house. So we all went over for the cooking experience.
Nong wanted to serve us some black chicken soup so we ...