Baan Rai Lanna Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and as in Malaysia, full flavored. Our favorite is the communal street food where meals of 2 kinds of padthai, a mussel pancake and 2 sodas cost us a whopping $2.50. We were enticed in by the sight of a mother and her beautiful daughter cooking and a crude sign outside that spelled out Pad Thai. The father, who spoke English, served the food and says his wife has been cooking padthai all these years and they supported both of ...
... There was nothing to do so it was going to be a long wait.
The boat was quite long and you entered at the front. The floor boards had been lifted right where you climbed in and staff were taking peoples backpacks and packing them under the floor. People that had come with rolling suitcases had an issue as their bags did not fit between the support beams. They had to roll their bags down the narrow aisle to the back room where the engine ...
... we did 12 zips before we got to the final one that led into the treehouse. We could just about make out the treehouse from the start of the zip line but you just didn't get any real understanding of how amazing it was until you were halfway across. The treehouse was incredible. It was three floors. On the bottom was the entrance and shower and bathroom, the second floor was the kitchen, lounge and sleeping area and the top floor was another sleeping area. We could ...
... that we both wanted a massage (and looked extremely surprised when we pointed to the 3 hour one - should that have been a warning?!). He phoned someone and after a while two teenage girls turned up. They gave us a key for a locker for our things and some clothes to change into (at first I put both mine and Mike's on as I couldn't believe I was only supposed to wear the big pillowcase type thing - he had some rather attractive short pyjama bottoms - both in curtain pattern). ...
... was much the same as the day before although we got to see elephants and later in the journey monks washing in the river. We arrived in to Huay Xai just after sunset, we were first off the boat and this time there was a proper track up to the top - hurrah. We headed to the village with everyone following us so we were hoping we were heading in the ...