Yang Tone Farm Stay

208 M.12, Rong Vua, Soi 9, Chiang Mai, 50170, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 208 M.12, Rong Vua, Soi 9, Chiang Mai.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Bovine Bandits, Ancient Temples, and Jungle Living

    A travel blog entry by margaretfielder on Jul 30, 2014

    ... biking, spending the night on a house boat on a lake, and helping to built a cement patio and wall for a rural school. It was a great way to come full circle and wrap up our contract year on a positive note.

    Mid June, we even had a visit from one of our college friends, Julie! We stayed with her for a few days in Chiang Mai, doing all of the fun touristy things (Night Bazaar, food, Walking Street, food, Museum, food, park, etc.) and thoroughly enjoying having ...

    Over they go

    A travel blog entry by joemilsom on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... flops and chucking my helmet as I ran. I got to him to see petrol pouring out, of a hole that had been made from the crash, all around him. I was thinking some kind of Die Hard scene was going to take place, a huge explosion etc. I lifted the bike and pulled him from beneath and got him to the side of the road, I then grabbed the bike and got it off the road. Harry told me he only fell cos he turned as he watched Will fall, he's down too! I looked up and saw he was limping but up ...

    Chiang Mai, where I fell in love

    A travel blog entry by sophieking_94 on Jun 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... zip wiring. We started off with the zip wiring which was similar to go ape but minus the health and safety haha! Next we did elephant trekking, it was a truly remarkable experience to be so close with such incredible animals, I felt so humbled to be able to even be around them. As much as I enjoyed the experience I couldn't shake the feeling that theses animals shouldn't be a tourist attraction, they were treated like circus animals and it was awful to see them having to ...

    When in Rome, Do as the Romans

    A travel blog entry by lswers on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... 1 German, 2 Americans), all around my age and traveling through SE Asia too. The teacher, Hatsaya, showed us the garden in back of the open-air school and then took us to the local market where she taught us about all the local and regional foods. What was once foreign now has a name and context. After we went back to the school and made noodles, curries and soup. Hatsaya was so nice that she friended the group on Facebook after and asked to keep in touch.

    In typical ...

    Life in the Thai countryside

    A travel blog entry by rubychu on Mar 14, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... tendencies. I'd like to think it sounds like a lullaby but Iain compared it to the vibrating cup of water in the car scene of Jurassic Park.... :(



    The cool evenings makes visiting the nearby hot springs a delicious treat and even though we come home smelling like rotten eggs, our skin feels smooth and mosquito bites become less itchy.
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