The Mantrini Boutique Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mantrini Boutique Resort Chiang Rai
This hotel had nice rooms and a pool, with good breakfasts included.
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... my friends, as well as the taxi finder. I had to bargain and find the cheapest options in everything I did. I had to navigate myself around large cities, think on my feet, and stay smart and safe while having fun. I had to find ways to help myself and be by myself. I somewhat knew I had these abilities all along, but I never had experienced it before in the way I did here. Independence is a powerful trait, and I am very glad I found it here. I now know how to book ...
... again to guide us into Chiang Rai, at 7pm some 5h30 and 200km later. We didn't spend long sussing out the town or being picky with hotels, so picked a cheap one and made do with that, dumping our stuff before enjoying a large helping of pork crackling and chicken with cashew nuts, yum! We mustered up enough energy to wander the night markets which were quite cool, where we bought a top each and Nat bought some new studs, before we called it a ...
We had to hang around in Luang Prabang today as our bus didn't leave until 6pm so spent our day drinking tea in a cafe. Nothing much happened until we were eating dinner at a restaurant on the main road. A Chinese couple asked us if they could take a picture of us because we 'are so beautiful' (apparently). We both found this amusing and slightly odd, especially as neither one of them got in ...
... every way. They share everything, including finances. They get welfare (1,500 baht) per person for a maximum of ten nights of stay in the hospital. I found that to be an interesting concept.
The overall feeling I got from the village was a positive and nurturing one. They want their kids to go into the city to get a college education, but then they want them to come back. It reminded me of American parents.
Finally, we got to make tea pillows and ...
... street food and a few beers. We met an America guy from New Orleans called Emmit. We had a beer, chit chatted and he showed us the clock tower which was amazing three times a night it lights up and completely changes colour and plays music!! Best roundabout ever! We then carried on the night in a reggae bar, enjoyed the outdoor swing and after headed to a placed called hardcore where I enjoyed my ...