Lanna Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... milk for my brew. I explained it away and then had to explain my new moto helmet and its contents, occy ropes, bike locks, etc....and they obviously decided that I was strange, although carrying nothing illegal they waved me through. I quickly purchased a taxi voucher to the old city where my guesthouse is situated and was on my way moments later. Chiang Mai in a fading light is very pretty. Plenty of trees, lots of lights coming to life and a ...
Planning ahead we ventured into Brisbane to drop our bags at our hostel before dropping Barri off. As we returned back to Brisbane on the train heading out of the station we noticed we directly opposite our Base hostel. On closer inspection we realised the hostel did not look familiar and realised there must be more than one Base hostel. Speaking to guy on reception we discovered this was in fact our hostel, unfortunately our bags were ...
... different heights of trees that form a canopy over your head. Think of banana trees, numerous birds chirping at once, and waterfalls hidden behind lush plants and vines. THAT is northern Thailand. The zip line route was more or less designed as a small obstacle course. We crossed bendy bridges that scaled over 50 meters above the green forest floor below. We propelled from huge jungle trees and landed on platforms that rested above rivers. It was magical, ...
... extended life expectancies, and the sanctuary)...the Muay Thai fight was awesome as well! It was kind of exactly how you'd imagine it - a big ring under a tent, people sitting in chairs and standing, a university student selling beer to fund raise, and Eye of the Tiger playing about every other song. We saw about six fights, and my favorite was the women - an American against a Thai named Cherry. I don't think I've ever seen a woman look as vicious as Cherry, ...
... was actually great. All home made, pies, sausages, chips. Really good Pub food served in a a sub soi in Chang Mai.
Thomas explained that he loved Apple Crumble so the chef said he'd make one if we came back the following night...so we said we would!!!
A tut tut home and we went straight to bed. Ex-pat TV works on Sinead ipad so I watched 'The Island' with Bear Gryls.... it's a connected world!