Pai Chan Cottage & Cuisine
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... and composure is truly mesmerising. Overall an amazing day that I know for both of us is definitely in our top 5 highlights of our travels. Our stay in Chiang Mai was simply awesome with the activities in day and crawling the cool bars at night, but as ever after a period of around 3/4 days we were ready to repack our increasingly heavy rucksacks (either we are getting weaker or someone is hiding weights) and move on, Pai here come, so long as we make it safely.... Pai: We ...
... a chair through a window. Then some British lad joined them and picked up more items and started smashing more windows.
"GIVE US A F****** BEER!!!!"
They all shouted. Not wanting to get caught up in anything silly we decided to turn and make our way back via the bridge. As we walked, groups of other Europeans had grouped together and started smashing more windows. Some of them had makeshift weapons like baseball bats and bamboo poles. We got to ...
... town for a while before spotting Michael and Kealsey in bar. The usual thing that happens when people travel similar routes. You ride down a street in the middle of somewhere and bump into people you have seen in the previous town or a few weeks ago. Good to catch up over a few beers though before heading back to tuck into some whiskey. I say whiskey but I need to point out that I since learned that Sang Som is actually rum. No wonder it was going down so easily, damn you rum, ...
... to find all of the muscles that got over used yesterday,plus some! Very good but also quite painful. We were the only people in there. Walked along to get a blueberry smoothie at Deecup Indie cafe to find David and Larisa already there having picked up their motorbike. Walked up to Wat then back to Fern on the 2.30 shuttle. Relaxed in our ...
... and made some friends whilst here in Pai; talking, drinking
and playing cards. We also had our first 'night out' in what seems
like ages with our new friends going for a meal and then drinks at a
very cool bar which also had lots of mini bonfires. What's with all
the bonfires? Well, apart from being cool to watch and sit
around, they proved to be a vital friend as, after sunset, it was
freezing! The locals in Bangkok had told us Chaing Mai ...