3b Boutique Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Had lovely breakfast in the open air restaurant then went for a two hour walk around the area where the Hmong farm. When the Hmong arrived, the mountainous area was unused, so the government allowed them to farm free of charge on the land as long as they produced food on it. They are not allowed to sublet it or sell the land. The area is very fertile and produces salad stuff, chillies, oranges, ...
... Bath time was interesting as the elephant rolled in the shallow water and were given a brush and a rinse by their keeper. Was entertaining with the elephants trained to collect $$$$ notes from the audience before they made their way out of the creek. The show involved the elephants performing various routines and tricks. Swinging their trunks, kicking an oversize soccer ball, picking up blocks with their trunks and placing them in a basket and throwing darts ...
... to stay in the ancient town of Sukhothai. In Sukhothai the temples were just as cool as Ayutthaya except more tourists and a pretty steep entry charge. We spent another day riding around on bikes in the sunshine and resorted to sunbathing on the grass when the temples got too much. On the way back Sara was the cause of a pedestrian - motorbike collision due to her flowing blonde hair and beauty, they were to busy checking her out and crashed into each other! ...
... the antibiotics, I got take away noodle soup for our lunch. Really interesting take away packaging here, a plastic bag with the cooked noodles and pork, a plastic bag for the broth, a chopstick and mini-Asian soup spoon, two spice packs, and a separate styrofoam bowl ... all for $1.25 crazy..TIT. After lunch we decided to watch The Killing Fields, since we'll be in Cambodia (Phnom Penh) in ...
... I was told that is more of a frequent sight in Bangkok.
We were likewise amused by dressed up "Ladyboys" flaunting their charms and strutting around the night bazaar to entice patrons to their cabaret. Some of them are pretty endowed, the clothes skimpy and their make-up flamboyant. Their show is one we have not checked on our "must see" list.
The food is unquestionably, amazingly delicious. It is ...