CM Blue House
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
Arrived in ChangMai last night after what was almost 12 hours on a train... Beautiful views, glistening rice paddies paved the way to jungle and I was getting more and more excited at the prospect of trekking... Communication difficulty landed me in the wrong hostel but I'm conveniently located, organised a trek for tmw and did the mundane I.e. …
Had another crazy 10 hr travel day yesterday - shared a private cab to Phnom penh w/ Mike and Kevin. Worked out to not too much more than the bus and we got there loads faster. Of course, our driver was the scariest driver I've encountered in SE Asia yet. I think we all kept exclaiming holy **** as he seemed to drive more in the incoming lane than …
On returning to Chiang Mai after our last trip to Thailand 2 years ago, what we were probably most looking forward to the food (which I realise is becoming a major theme in this blog). It also has the best used book shops I've found so far in Asia so I stocked up on as many books as I could fit in my backpack.
One thing which has become a …
Chaing mai station is very clean and there is a little café / restaurant where you can buy curry etc but arriving at 7.45am we did not partake we just bought fruit and had a coffee. We walked outside to summon a taxi and was met by a lovely young guy Sophon who directed us to his cab (new car!) and before depositing us at our accommodation had …
Somehow the hippies managed to find Northern Thailand. God knows how or why they did but as soon as you get in to Chiang Mai you can tell something is a little different: words like “Fair Trade” appear in windows, used clothing shops poke their heads out, Thai people engage you in conversations about “the earth” and “ …
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Lovely place great people and adequate room recommend to anyone
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.