Baan Rai Lanna Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We arrived in Chiang mai and got a new mode of transport to our place of stay - it was a red open back van with lots of space for just us two. We arrived at our guesthouse which was very cute and quaint. We were upgraded as there is no one else here ha ha - it is family run and the people are ever so nice. Me and holly went off and explored our surroundings. We came across a little I shack above and river and decided to grab some food we ...
... wet room with hot water electric shower. Relaxing in our room we let the cool breeze from the fan drift over us until it was time to re-DEET and head out for a wander and some food.
We walked round the village and noticed the basic conditions that the people of Pak Beng lived in, though as I had noticed in many such villages before, those that lived here seemed happy and content with life. A lot can be said for living simply. Walking round ...
... approached one tiger from the back and he turned his head and looked directly at me. For a second, I felt like he wanted to eat me for dinner, but the trainer quickly got his attention to look forward. These large tigers were so big that their paws alone were the size of a human head. A very exciting and fun evening.
2 day trekking- Fun times in the Thailand jungle. The tour consisted of elephant riding, squirl hunting, seeing many fruit farms (passion fruit, lemon, avocados ...
... other Thailand. We docked on the Loas side. We then had to get a tuk tuk to get to the Loss boarder to exit, we then had to get a bus to the Thai border, and then we were on our way to our hotel, thank god. It was a bit of a faff but it was nice to be on solid land.
After a roasting afternoon on the boat we were mega pleased to find out that that the hotel had a pool. Our too was cute, it was all wooden and glossed concrete as was locked by a padlock,which was a ...
... checked and got stamped out of Thailand. Gia then had some passport photos taken for 100baht for 8 - cheaper than I paid in the UK - so much for being prepared! Had to wait half an hour for the bus to be full enough to take us the 10 minutes across the bridge. Once on the other side we had to get a visa on arrival by filling out the forms and paying 35 USD each. Then we were stamped into Laos. Had to pay 25,000 kip each to get a tuk-tuk from the Laos terminal to ...