Baannamping Riverside Village

Address: 59/1-4 Mu 7 Chonlapratarn Road, Koumung, Saraphi, Khua Mung, Chiang Mai Province, 50140, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on 59/1-4 Mu 7 Chonlapratarn Road, Koumung, Saraphi, Khua Mung.
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      Travel Blogs from Khua Mung

      9th Wedding Anniversary

      A travel blog entry by cleotup on Nov 10, 2014

      ... chocolate caramel for me,New York cheesecake for Steve and a pressie from Fon of sme carrot cake to celebrate our anniversary. Tuktuk home and another dip in the pool-Mosquitos very persistent-only my face was not under water and got bitten twice-the wretched thing followed me up and down the pool!! Feeling weary so an early ...

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      A travel blog entry by unwana on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... This connecting point for other countries, place to start or end or maybe even pause your travels is beautiful to say the least. Outside the busy center are alot of hidden treasures waiting to be discovered. But never stay more than a few days. I've overstayed and therefore got lost in the crazy life of Khao San for a while. That automatically means that you gain a new circle of friends who you, probably very often or never ever again meet on your ...

      Frogs, snakes, turtles and pigeons

      A travel blog entry by banona on Nov 08, 2014

      ... that slowly rolled past us until we could no longer escape. Crabs, shrimp and lobsters were on display, fortunately on ice. Live pigeons and parakeets fluttered in small wicker-basket cages. Turtles sat lifeless in buckets. And it continued. Down the stall, dead fish in plastic wrap sat in tables, no ice. Buckets packed do full of live snakes and mini cat fish that all they could do was flop around on top of each other. Then. We discovered a bucket full of dead frogs. ...

      Our first Thai massage...

      A travel blog entry by banona on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... and canoodling with her lady. Yup. At one point she was pounding into my skull and all I could think was "crack an egg on your head, feel the yoke rushing down. Concentrate. Concentrate." (From childhood song). My lady stayed in the room and prepared the table for the next guest while we tried to discretely change back into our clothes. Yup. That happened. And Danielle thought it would be a good idea to get our massages from ...

      Chiang Mai

      A travel blog entry by sarah1990 on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... they can trample/kill people, so if people want to interact with them, hugging/riding and feeding, then they need training/methods of controlling them. Some are more ethical than others, but I wasn't willing to spend that kind of money and not know the whole truth. So, I decided to go on a jungle trek, for 2 days so sleep 1 night in the jungle. Hopefully it will be amazing, but forecast is to rain for the next few days. It rained pretty ...