Mai Siam Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a couple of hours, to Nan, and from there we were on a local bus for 2 1/2 hrs to Thung Chang. This bus picked up, and dropped off, lots of school children. One lot had pony tails and red ribbons, another had plaited pig tails and purple ribbons. Early on the bus conductor elicited the help of a girl sitting near us to ascertain where we wanted to get off, as Thung Chang is a long town. Our final transport was yet another motorbike ride. This was rather more challenging than ...
Today was our first full day in Chiang Mai and we are in love. It's such a beautiful place, much less busy than Bangkok with all the sights fairly close together. It has such a nice vibe about it. We found an Irish pub down the road which makes western breakfasts (Thai people eat rice and noddles for breakfast) so we stopped here. Derrick had a full English and I had pancakes with egg and bacon - yummy! We rented a bicycle ...
... this is bloody exciting. Thursday evening we went out again for a few "quiet drinks" however we met a few people who were really cool (Lee, Josh and Iona- don't know how to spell) they were awesome and had a wicked night with them - and even recovered ok in the morning. So on Friday we went to Chiang Mai zoo- this was amazing! I fed hippos and elephants and even got a kiss off a seal - all 3 were a first- absolutely loved this day! On ...
... a large temple complex. There are approximately 400 stairs to the top but, fortunately, they also have a elevator. The plan was to spend about 1 1/2 hours at the temple and then visit a famous palace and gardens nearby. Fortunately plans can always be changed. We found out the gardens were going to be closed, so we spent longer at the temple and then our driver took us on a scenic tour. Dinner was meant to be at the restaurant owned by the lady who catered ...
... them as buying an elephant is over a million bhat and they do not have the funds as the people working there are all volunteers. The oldest elephant from the 6 was 45 but they could not keep her A because their land is not big enough and B because they just didn`t have the funds they also gave up a 11 month old baby. The four they had was a soon to be mom who was 25 years old and a younger male and two `babies`. When she gives birth they will not ...