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Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
We started our day off right with a cooked breakfast at the hotel. We are feeling incredibly stupid not putting two and two together that because we are staying at a B&B breakfast is included in the price! I had the muesli and yoghurt option while Matt enjoyed a "fry up".
For our second full day in Chiang Mai we wanted to explore the …
We arrived in Chiang Mai shortly after 11:40 am. Breakfast had been so so on the train, and we were still annoyed with our German bunkmates; so we were aching for a nice meal!
Immediately outside the gates of the train station were throngs of Thai men who drove red songthaews. They are the cities main taxis. You can ride them privately or …
On our last full day in Thailand we decided to relax by staying in the town. We had lunch at a traditional Issan restaurant and then Henry had a wander around the bookshops before communing about books far too clever for me with one of the owners. Then in the afternoon we decided to try one of the many massage shops. First we had foot massages …
Chiang Mai Another town, another type of songthaew, this time brick red and almost completely enclosed, more like an open backed van. In Chaing Mai the songthaew are somewhere between a taxi and a bus; you can flag them down like a taxi but they'll only take you if they fancy going that way and will stop to pick up any others that ask. They are, …
Andrewandlizzie stayed here on Jun 7, 2012 during their trip titled: Andrew & Lizzie's Big Adventure.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFinlay's Cottage Chiang Mai
Great little B&B close to the wall of the city. Shared bathrooms are made up for by the lovely staff who run it. if your looking for a wild and crazy hostel look elsewhere. It is great for young travelling couples or people who want to get to the bars and enjoy themselves without having to worry about the noise when stumbling back!
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