Villa Duang Champa
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- Hot tub
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Duang Champa Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... mud, but that didn't stop me from fulfilling my dream of riding an elephant. We were all quite tired after the encounter, and every single person in our group fell asleep on the hour long ride back.
I might include a specific event that happened on the way home. Earlier in the tour a couple of people in my group from the UK and I had conversations about the differences between American chocolate and European chocolate. Most Europeans hate Hershey's, and ...
... I feel very fortunate to have been able to share even limited communication with all of my children. I miss you guys everyday and can't wait till we can be together again. Perry you know I love you like my own father and wish that we could be together. I'm so happy that you are with Dan and Kelli, Zachary and Maya sharing a very special adventure! Based on texting with Kel I learned that Fathers Day is celebrated at different times ...
... at the Sofitel in Krabi; we would be very lucky to stay anywhere as picturesque as that again. The Mecure was cheap and its all we need. We have adjoining rooms and once we sat on our beds and nearly cried with happiness. THEY’RE SOFT! Everywhere else the beds have been like boards.
2 oclock came and we met Pol in the lobby of our hotel. He took us to the oldest temple in Chiang Mai but to be honest, we don’t really have any ...
... squirting it in people's mouths! We laughed so much with them!!! We cleaned up and then it was time to say goodbye ( we promised that we would not cry). The kids made an isle way out so that we could go through and high five the opposite sex and give hugs to the same sex. It was so hard to hold back the tears, but we made it through! What a way to end our trip! We leave for America ...
... conversation and tried to get the thing to start. He was an expert at covering up potential problems with interesting questions or stories about Pai.
The mini bus back to Chiang Mai takes about 3 or 4 hours and winds through the hills and mountains on a dodgy road. Back in Chiang Mai we jump in Songthaew (a pick up truck type bus/taxi) and head back to the ...