Amy's Earth House
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... expected. Whether it because we arrived in the darkness of late evening or whether Laos was smaller and more sleepy, Chiang Mai was not what we were expecting, but not in a bad way. With much more of a Western feel evident from what we could see gazing out of the taxi window as we cruised via a high speed ring road into the city, we felt comfortable from the outset and excited by what laid ahead. Upon arrival to our hotel we were greeted by a porter who put our luggage on a ...
... Baan Piemsuk for a mango smoothie and banana cheese pie. Cooled down nicely. Home again,unpacked, then walked to Thapae gate and the Lila Thai massage where we both had a lovely foot massage then I had a manicure & pedicure-pink & deep red sparkly nails now. Walked home via Herb Basics for supplies stopping at the Meeting Place Art cafe for a smoothie,shared a club sandwich & red velvet on the ...
... the town is just for easy food (save some real good restaurants) and getting hammered as I said earlier. I talked about this with the girls, for a few days it's fun, but I don't see the point of getting drunk for three weeks on end haha. By the way, there are a lot of Reggae influenced bars. Probably because the hippies discovered this town. Fortunately, the electricity fallout was just short, we had a night where all the lights were on so I could happily say goodbye to ...
... we had the dorm all to ourselves, situated on the first floor of a mountainside house, there's a panoramic view of the river and mountains beyond. we had the best sleep in ages. Paul got up early to pick up a scooter and we dropped our bags over at KK huts. For 200 Baht, we get a bungalow, mountain view, wifi, hot showers, breakfast, bottled water, lunch on a Wednesday and a shake on a Friday. Not surprisingly theres people staying a month. ...
We spent our last few days in Chiangmai just wandering around the old city, exploring markets, meeting up with various friends we've met travelling or from back home and one ****** expensive night safari, but we don't need to talk about that!! We moved onto Pai yesterday after recommendations from other travellers. The five of us came with two other boys we met in Chiangmai and pre booked accommodation online as we heard it can get ...