Belle Villa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Belle Villa Resort Chiang Mai
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... bright red and started smoking up the whole boat... But, we slooowly sputtered all the way and made it to Pak Beng, a very small transfer town. By the time we were approaching the town, all of us were standing up with our packs on. Stupidly, we expected a better snack bar on the boat. We had a quick breakfast before we boarded the boat, but none of us brought food for the day. We were told there was a bar... However, they provided only water, about ten bags ...
... After several attempts that were not accepted by the bride, we were sent back to our room while the account was calculated. We got a knock on the door from our man who presented us with the account. After it was duly checked by the accountant, Annette had to accompany our main man back to reception in order to settle the account. Back to last nights dinner. I'm unsure what meat I had in my stir fry as it was bland and mostly ...
... size tigers because of my size, but I didn’t care because I wanted to see the smallest tigers anyways. I expected the smallest tigers to be like what they show in the pictures – baby tigers – ones you can pick up and hold. But no, these were toddler to pre-school sized tigers. There was no picking up these tigers and frankly I was pretty scared getting that close to them. Their paws and teeth are huge already. And ...
... and becoming Buddhist while others were built Buddhist. None of the carvings are the same and each differs in both size/stature and design. In Thailand all the temples seem to be brightly colored with reflective tiles or paints and each resembles another to some extent. Finding this one with the elephants was a welcome surprise. We met someone who told us that there was some kind of ceremony happening between 7-8pm as a welcome for the little monks being brought ...
... flooded back of our visit and made me wish Jon were here.
I tried out a new hostel called Hug Bed & Breakfast and embarked on dorm life for the first time all trip. Now, most travelers on the road I've encountered here in Asia are doing this trip on extreme budget so that means bunking up with somewhere between 4-24 strangers in dorm bunk beds for anywhere from $3-5/night.
I've done my fair share of hostel dorm life when I was ...