3b Boutique Bed & Breakfast
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... sitting on the floor. Our bathroom facilities were 'basic’ to say the least (see photos!). There is no electricity anywhere in the village, and as darkness falls at 6.00pm each night, candlelight and torches are the only means of light. It is Soooo dark in the village, but the stars are unbelievably bright and twinkling – absolutely beautiful, as was the ‘sound of silence’.
Our host, Sak, a friend of ...
... although i'd go as far as to say it was tooooooo hot :p the scenery here is gorgeous-mountains and rain forest. I prefer it to Bangkok already and so does Sarah. Chiang mai is activity central so we decided to book on some: a thai cooking course, and also a zip lining adventure through the jungle called flight of the gibbon :-) We all went out on the first night as a group, with an addition of a dutch guy who "didnt understand my "accsshent" haha. Needless to say we were ...
... so we decided to check it out. We got in the back of a little red truck and told the driver "Top North Hotel, 200 baht". We were just about to start moving when his wife hopped in the back with us and tried to get us to book tour packages with them! Her english was pretty good and she pushed the whole way to the Lanna Thai Guesthouse...oh right that's not where we asked to go! We said again ...
... and was hurt by its mother. It was born 10 hours ago, and we got to see it close up (this was the only one I could not touch). The food was really bad here (but mom and dad loved it).
This was my first massage. The lady pressed too ******* my stomach and I almost threw up (I just ate). Julian loved his Thai yoga massage - ...
... arm did not give us much peace of mind. The snake experience definitely qualified as an uncomfortable one and adrenaline was pumping at full force when we left. Another highlight of our time in Chiang Mai was our cost of lodging. We spent 3 nights in Chiang Mai and spent a total of $20.54. Not per night. Not per person. $20.54 total for 2 people for 3 nights. Now our lodging was not luxurious, did not have A/C, and did not have a private bathroom, but I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed