Travel Blogs from Chiang Rai
... doesn't everyone want to live a more meaningful and influential lifestyle? So, why not make it happen by simply helping each other out and spreading the love that you were brought into this world with. I hope that this will provoke each and every one of you to make someone smile today and listen to how your heart feels. Give everyone a chance, don't be too quick to judge and always spread love, always.
Fon Dii (Goodnight)
I had a somewhat disruptive night sleep as I thought bugs were crawling all over me, and the fan was blowing on my neck leaving me a little grumpy in the morning. I felt we were being a bit scammed at our accommodation and they tried to encourage us I exchange out Thai Baht with them. I decided to exchange a small amount ...
... meant for captivity. Two large and very beautiful pythons, a Horned Owl, and a small singing bird were all kept in very small and unsuitable cages. Furthermore, the exhibition contained an enormous quantity of horns, bones, skins and other animal products with no explanation as to how these were aquired. When you consider how many there were, it leaves a slightly uneasy feeling that many of these animals could have been killed simply for the production of art, and all I can do is ...
Ever since I moved to Chiang Rai, I have been hearing about this mystical mountain-top peak located in Phu Chi Fa, Thailand. For months I have wanted to visit PCF, but due to the exceptionally cold winter season, I was waiting for an ideal time to go. Last weekend, Hannah and I decided to take our motos on the 4-hour journey to the mountaintop.
For me, the drive to PCF was not as exciting as it would be for others. Although it is a gorgeous ...
... br> saw tradicional dancing, snake show that it was amazing. The children
played in attractions they enjoyed a lot and we played in some games,
but unfortunately no one won and all this while we were listening the
concert. It was a great night.
Finally today for finish the week we will prepare some donut because the children and us like to eat ...
Other places to stay in Chiang Rai
157 Moo 18, Ban Ton Yang, Chiang Rai | Ranchfrom $47