Soppong River Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... We eventually reached Lod Cave and it started to pour down. No bother as we were heading inside the cave.The Spirit Cave, or the Lod, as it is locally known, is an archaeological site of great antiquity, being occupied in the pre-historic era from 9000BC to 5500BC by the Hoabinhian hunting tribe. They were a Stone Age community of hunters and gatherers who used artefacts and tools of primitive workmanship such as short axes, hammerstones, tools made out of bones etc. The 2 ...
... showed us to one of four small colourful out-buildings. Each one had a small veranda overlooking a small lake, a fridge with stocked minibar, and was tastefully decorated. Having only been opened since last August, everything seemed new and well kept. It was perfect, and with no hesitation we dropped our bags and collapsed on the bed. Connor fell in love with Pai two years ago and was very keen to ensure all his guests also love Pai. He gave us plenty of recommendations as to ...
... injuries we picked up during our day of hiring a motorbike was my burnt arms and Chelsea's burnt shoulders! It could have been a lot worse! Tomorrow we'll be leaving Pai to go to Chang Kong. Our bus leaves at 6:30pm and we arrive at midnight. We have a nights free accommodation before we get the slow boat to Luang Prabang in Laos which takes two days! We certainly feel we've explored all of Pai today and don't need another day of riding around on a motorbike! Speak soon Rob and Chelsea ...
... We got the steamed fish. Which was great and all until we realised it was just a giant gold fish. I was mortified!
Drive back to Chiang Mai
It would have been great to stay in Pai a little longer to get to know the place, but it was time to drive back to Chiang Mai. The drive was pretty slow, as there was far more traffic in the day. It took us around 3 hours to drive the 130 km journey. Hiring a car was a good decision in the end. It gave us heaps of ...
... not distance marker. This makes following the arrows a bit of a gamble. You might turn off and then find its 20+ kilometers to the destination. We turn off at a sign for a village and a wat. We only had to go a few kilometers before getting to some of the most amazing farm and mountain views we had see thus far. After turning around, we pull off at the wat. This is the first wat we've come to in Thailand. It is not dissimilar to what we saw in Laos and ...