Angkhang Nature Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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After roughly a 12 hour overnight train from Ayutthaya which was pretty comfy, meaning we had a good night sleep as well, for around 850 baht or so (£15.50ish) we arrived in Chiang Mai. We hopped in a taxi and headed to a hostel called Hug which was recommended to us. The place was pretty modern, numerous amounts of other backpackers, room with A/C and they did a pretty mean bacon and cheese sandwich so I definitely wasn't complaining. We stayed in a ...
... very little traffic once we got away from the markets. We found that it was busiest in the area where we had our very late lunch. Home just before 6pm with heaps of petrol in the tanks. Whoever scores the scooters next are in for a treat - near full fuel tanks. Went and had a chat to our new best mates at Reception - Birdie, a female with avert deep voice and yes, she is a female! and Kahn, a nice young bloke. All booked for tomorrow's activities we departed for an early night. ...
... we found a lake to go swimming in 15 minutes outside of Chiang Mai and were desperate to cool off from the heat. We hired a scooter, Dan driving and me on the back and took to the roads. As scary as Asian roads seem, and they do seem to just not have any rules at times, we were both surprised how to traffic seems to flow around you. We found the lake with no problem and spent the day in a bamboo hut, drinking Chang and jumping in and out of the lake, with ...
Today was my last day at Wat Phai Tan school and I was so sad to leave them! Some of the children drew me pictures and all of the girls hugged me goodbye and the boys shook my hand :'( I brought in sweets for all the children and some chocolate gifts for Teacher Mai. I was given a certificate and a teddy bear by the head teacher too, and I was given a formal goodbye. It's crazy how fast these ...
... through college; a very proud dad indeed. At the food courts, we have sat with several other foreigners from Spain and the US and they shared their recommendations for activities and other places they have visited. My usual persnickety husband has become very social and has even initiated conversations.
Chiang Mai, to our relief, has a vibrant coffee culture. The hill tribes in mountainous Northern Thailand have shifted ...