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... from bamboo. As soon as we arrived we spotted two beds that were almost as the ceiling so we jumped up there ( later that night when we were trying to sleep we realised why they were empty- it's so hot up there). That night we had a bbq at our hostel and then went for drinks in the town. Pai is such a small place that everyone goes to the same bars at the same time so it has a really nice feel to it. But it's completely flooded by backpackers and ...
... make mountains. Found an amazing stop called 32 Cafe - a coffee plantation plus boutique accommodation and restaurant. Hang over cure - Tom Ka Gai - BEST YET! 'Landed' in Pai and per norm, navigated us to the other side of town the opposite direction to our next stay. Ended up in **** end of 'China Town' in Pai - quick turn about through water fights and small town roads, to find our destination by the river. Very pleasant and relaxing. Walk around town confirmed there is not a ...
... under a table. Yesterday, she looked really ill and I asked Dave to take her to the vets and that we'd pay for it but it was too late in the day so Dave said he'd take her today.
Only when Paul got up, she looked terrible and was laying next to the truck, by the time I got to her five minutes later, she'd passed away.
It wa so sad! She was only about six months old! Such a young age to be taken. Dave thinks ...
... in our 12 person van, I was given a water and time for a pee break and all was right in the world again.
The road was definitely one of the windiest I've ever been on and even being in the front seat I had my moments of nausea. We even had a girl in the back seat toss her cookies which I felt for her but also continued to feel giddy that it wasn't me.
We arrived in Pai and I checked into my hostel Purple Monkey Backpackers. The scene ...
We met 3 lovely Canadian girls there too - Jenny, Sarah & Kai. Great laugh with them and the night we met them it was Jenny's birthday & Burns night so there was nothing for it but to sport our Kilts on what was a very boozy night ending up at the Dont Cry Bar which once all the bars where shut in town a mass crowd forwarded to this club/outdoor party full of fire pits and a great atmosphere.
The next day was declared another day of ...
Other places to stay in Pai
245 Moo 1 Chaisongkram Rd, Pai | 4 star hotelfrom $46
119 Moo 2, Tambol Wiangnuer, Pai | 3 star hotelfrom $29
65 Moo 3, Pai | Hotelfrom $26
13 Moo 4 Rungsiyanon Rd, Pai | Hotelfrom $16
87/1 Moo3 Viang Tai, Pai | Hotelfrom $10