The Nest Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Nest Hotel Chiang Mai
So very Thai, so very clean, so very beautiful. The staff is so sweet and helpful and they really make you feel at home.
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... to it. As you can see by the photos the room is pretty good, and clean and comfy. Fridge, aircon, hot water (occasionally) and toilet paper is all I need. For $20 I can't complain. The added bonus is my balcony, although you couldn't swing a cat on it. Actually, I haven't seen any cats yet but I'm sure I'll get to try one at the street stalls tonight :-) Ha ha, sorry about that, I love cats.... especially in a hot green curry..... La gawn for now, I think ...
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... I definitely have a new awareness of ladyboys, as Thailand has made progressive movements to incorporate acceptance of them within the Thai population. It was an overall goofy performance, with some serious and moving elements, with some actual major talent, especially when it came to dancing and wearing some intense costumes.
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... and attend daily/weekly cooking classes. Our teacher for the day asked us to call her Big Mama and her English reminded me of Bloody Mary in the musical South Pacific. The first order of business was the introduction to all the spices (and there were many), fresh produce, and the seasonings to be used for the menu. Being Asian, I had the advantage of familiarity with fish sauce or patis, shrimp paste or bagoong, tamarind sauce ...
... break an elephant's spirit' and force them to be completely submissive to their masters. A quick google search will tell you everything you need to know (but wish you didn't). Some of the elephants are completely blind, whilst others have injuries from landmines, and a lot have mental and emotional problems from the years of abuse they've experienced. Hearing all about this and watching footage was incredibly tough, however, I'm glad I know what I know, and that I am able to ...