Thapai Spa Camping
Travel Blogs from Pai
Baankatisod. This is the name of the place we were staying in for the next night. We slept surprisingly well considering the constant threat of insect invasion. Nothing seems to have bothered us since last night. We woke up for breakfast which was cooked and served to us by the receptionist. A nice Thai man with limited English speaking capability …
... feet look and feel beautiful!!! When we went out later we had lots of yummy Asian food from different street stalls then went to the same bar as the other night... We got chatting to a couple of English people who introduced us to a very cool open air bar/club which had 4 bonfires which people were all gathered round- we wished we had known about this place the other night as it is the only place which is open v ...
... was a little cold on the dark side of the mountain. We turned a corner and faced an oncoming car, overtaking on the wrong side. A little wobble, and skid, and we stopped a foot from the edge and missed an impact by an equal amount. High five we're still alive.
Seattle Steve had recommended The Curry Shack so we took Sophie. Cheap and tasty we wandered through the market and bartered for a bag for Emma before bed.
Sunday and ...
... a sign instructing how long you needed to keep it in the water. For hard boiled it said to leave it for around 8mins. After 8mins we took out a test egg and cracked it open, to our surprise it didnt seem very cooked at all. Although it seemed like this was how some locals enjoyed them as we witnessed some Thai people practically drinking theirs! Yuck. We decided to leave ours longer but after 15mins gave up and still had runny eggs!! After we ...
... of country air mingled with sizzling woks and the aromas of the town's herbal cosmetic shops, giving the small place a heady atmosphere. The market of clothes, food, incense and jewellery was a very pleasant walk, and above all you could tell instantly what Pai was all about - it's chilled out. It's like a hippie enclave, full of Yoga retreats and candle shops - but not in the snooty, pretentious way that I can sometimes attribute to such places. In a friendly way, where you don't have ...
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