Villa De Pai
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A hidden gem in the chilled out city of Pai. Reasonably sized huts on stilts, right near the river and the walking street, for 350 baht (£6.50), you are laughing.
With similar looking and similar pricing huts all along the river, you are spoilt for choice. My only reasoning for my recommendation is simply the owner.
Sadly, I had a motorbike accident, which kept me in Pai for a lot longer than we first expected. When she realised this, she lowered our rent to 300 baht. A small victory, but a welcoming one.
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Het is 25 juli en ik bewandel de regenachtige straten van Phuket. De glimlach die de afgelopen week op mijn gezicht stond druipt weg. Iedereen wil iets van me, overal lopen dikke engelsen met kleine Thaise meisjes en de ene na de andere tropische regenbui teistert de straten.
Vergeet dit alles. Morgen vroeg ben ik hier weg. Maak je hoofd …
If you like having plenty to do, then Pai is not for you. If, however, you enjoy lounging about on hammocks, relaxing by the side of the lazy river and enjoying beautiful views of mountains, then Pai is for you. I love Pai. To reach this little village, that is pronounced more like the English bye, you have to endure a three hour minibus …
... another shop that accepts card and brought Paige some cheap shoes. Finally we got to the bar which was pretty unreal over Bangkok! This then brings us on how do we get home with no cash? And no taxi driver! Luckily the hotel helped us out and contacted our hotel and had it put on our account which in the end only cost 100 baht (less than £2.50) for a half an hour drive. Pretty unreal but shows how we got ripped off on the way, but in the end a very good tiring first day in ...
We started our day getting picked up from the hotel at 6.30am. Our guide Wat took us on a private excursion to visit; The Bridge over the River Kwai, Hellfire Pass and Erawan Waterfalls. Out first stop was the bridge over the River Kwai although in fact they renamed it for the film and it is actually bridge over the River Mae Khlong. There were lots ...
... around the back streets with our big rucksacs. The hostel was nice but with hard beds something we are going to have to get used to. Later we headed out for dinner and found a good place. Time flies in the evenings as there is alot to see so we went back to the hostel and up to the roof terrace where we chated with other travellers. 27th we got up later than planned the problems with jet lag, abd walked to the grand place. It was extremely hot. We didnt visit the ...