Soppong River Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... have stayed. Once again I am thankful for my own sheets and blankets haha We walked around the town after having a much anticipated chicken and broccoli stirfry with rice. It's an extremely hippie vibe with baggy clothes, dreadlocks, piercings and tattoos everywhere on people. We looked out of place haha but we explored the shops, had a tea, and then headed to our guesthouse. They had shut everything down without giving us the wifi or ...
... In addition, I feel like it would be condescending to suggest that these people have no agency. Reading further about the Kayans, I've encountered stories of women who chose to resettle in the villages and have even invited their families and friends to join them. They do this not only because they are seeking a comparatively huge security of income, but also because they are proud to display their tradition and heritage. The origins of the neck binding are ...
... quite an experience. Instead of the norm and heading to a nice high street spa, we headed to the Women's Prison, yep that's right. We read up that these were one of the best in town and with some of these brute woman with hands of steel, we certainly experienced why. It is both strange but rewarding to see them offering a service and keeping them busy whilst being in prison. Kels and I were on beds next to each other which made for some moments of pure laughter. Me being ...
... and Chinese. Within ten minutes of their very first ride they reach an intersection, look the wrong way for traffic coming from the left and BOOM a smashed bike, broken leg or worse. In party spots like Ko Pha Ngan it's a combination of booze, over confidence, speed and sheer stupidity that is the killer. Failure to watch the road for potholes, oil, loose gravel and even buffalo or elephant **** can cause skids and the resultant grazed limbs. How else can one explain the ...
... taxi driver to take me to cave lodge. The motorbikes are extremely small and the driver was pretty large. Add myself and my two bags and the other guys sitting around started cracking up at us making jokes in Thai.
After some amazing scenery on some back roads in the mountains we pulled up to cave lodge. They are in low/dry season in March so I easily got a bungalow looking out to the valley and river below. ($12 a ...