Soppong River Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... without getting much more mud on us. We were given another set of bananas and annabelle fed Ellie from her back. We got off and then got into the river with them and gave them a wash. They became very playful spraying water everywhere, this was particularly true for the baby who was lolling about in the water sometimes being fully under with just his trunk poking out! We got out when the elephants floaters became almost as common as the flowing water and had some ...
... like the office but the woman does not speak English. Her young son, maybe 3 or 4, greeted us "sa-wah-dee ka" and a deep bow, hands pressed together. Then he ran and hid behind his mother's leg, giggling at himself (or us) No one seemed to object to us walking around so we did. We found a nature trail, kind of over grown but it looked like a nice place to go for a short walk. The trail looped around through the forest. We heard birds and the cracking of ...
... up to pai viewing point and took pictures. Really good view. So steep on the way up so I had to coast on the brakes the whole way down. Next we scootered to the waterfall and climbed the rocks to the top. Hoping to see another on my travels that I can swim in. Got burgers when we all got back. I was famished to I downed a wild boar burger with gherkins and fries no problem. It was a good day. Dogs are everywhere. And for anyone that knows me well it's a ...
... called it) "three countries in a day". My first stop is Switzerland, in the form of Pang Ung - a stunningly serene lake, as cool and as flat as glass, hidden down a long dirt road lined with rod-straight trees. From there, I head to Ban Ruam Thai, an enclave of the Shan hill tribe that makes country number two (the people of the town and its general style being Burmese). Finding the village is a challenge, no thanks to Apple maps, which sees my tinny little ...
... in the background. i can't stop thinking how similar it looks to colorado. i felt right at home. we hiked around for a while talking about life differences between the US and thailand. fay lived in the US for nearly 10 years, so he completely understood when i talked about how hard we have to work for so little vacation. after the canyon, we went to the pam bok waterfall. we sat on the bank eating lam yai (fruit similar to lychee) staring at the rushing river. ...