Address: \N, Chiang Mai, \N, Thailand | Ranch
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    Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Jun 30, 2015

    20 photos

    30th June - We arrive in Chiang Mai at 10am after our 14 hour journey. It was the best sleeper travel we had experienced so far and we both slept really well. One of us slept so well that I had to wake them up at gone 9am. Northern Thailand is known for its farming so there is plenty of greenery around us. We share a taxi with another couple who we met on the train. They go off to find a hotel where as we have already booked ours because Jenn was desperate for a ...

    A trip north

    A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Jun 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... is unacceptable. James and Emma agreed so we started looking into elephant sanctuaries where they rescue those poor elephants and rather than riding them, we could play and bathe them. Once we began talking to some of the travel agents we found it was harder than we thought to find sanctuaries because elephant rides are so popular. For most they only had one place available, which was WAY too expensive for any of us, while there were others that only offered ...

    What am I missing again?

    A travel blog entry by kristenhanlon on May 15, 2015

    ... and puppies running all over, I just wasn't ready to see all of it at once. People gush about the street food "it's good!" "it's so authentic", no your pompous ****, it's mostly dirty. People let meat just hang out all day, covered in bugs. They wash their fruit in water that is not drinkable, which means: eat the street food, and you run the risk of getting asspiss for the rest of your stay in beautiful Asia. The locals have been eating it their entire life, ...

    Harry learns about a chubby monk

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Mar 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... looking. So wise and true. It started to rain at this point, tropical rain, heavy shards of water rain, so I sheltered in the temple's porch. A friendly elephant approached. 'Greetings traveller,' said the elephant. 'How do you do, Mr Elephant?' Harry responded. 'Well. Do you seek the truth?' 'Not really, I'm just sheltering from the rain.' 'Wise to do so.' 'It'll stop soon.' 'The rain pours as the heart desires.' 'Too true... Hang on, are you a statue or a real talking elephant?' ...

    Back to the Future Hua Hin, fast forward Ch

    A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Feb 21, 2015

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... of Thailand. Followed by an afternoon of gentle swimming in the pool and sitting reading a book in the shade. We got a taxi into town quite early so that Kath&Bob could buy their train tickets for tomorrow. Chinese New Year festivities were underway and everyone seemed to be hanging around waiting for something to happen in the town square ( maybe a lion dance) but we needed food! So we went to a Swedish Bar down the road and asked the Irish bar manager where the best ...