Chiang Mai Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChiang Mai Inn
loved it here, the staff are awesome, the rooms are lovely and sooo cheap and they do an exclusive 'real jungle' experience!
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Während unser gesamten Thailand Aufenthalt haben alle Reisende immer über Chiang Mai, als Thailand Highlight, geschwärmt. Umso grösser waren unsere Erwartungen an der "Perle des Nordens".
Am Bahnhof werden alle Backpacker mehr oder we***** in Tuk Tuks verfrachtet, wir teilen unseren mit einem Japaner. Das Ehepaar, welches vorne im Tuk Tuk …
... Then, we got stuck in between two rocks and the boat filled up with water almost immeadiately and while I'm chest deep in water, Jack is just hollering, "This is awesome! "I love this!" Well, brothers are brothers.
We got to another calm part of the river and people in another boat started splashing us and then it pretty much turned into a water fight until we had to paddle more. It was really fun. We did a few more rapids and then ...
... scooter and off they went. Fortunately for Aj. Srijon, she chose to ride with Peter and not his friend. Remember it was his friend who wrecked his scooter. lol
By this time it was getting dark. We walked back to our homes to eat dinner. Did I tell you that our homes are at the top of the mountain so we have many steep hills to walk. I do not know how I am going to manage this as the years go by. It is torturous. We had a wonderful dinner. After dinner we ...
... walk out this room soon. The hour past by and I must say the stretching movements he did with me were awesome and I really did like about 50% of the experience. I just think I will leave the stretching to yoga classes and massage to be all about ...
... Aye filled us in on the local area and we went past rice farms, tapioca plantings, trees from the forest in huge tubs to sell to the rich people, little roadside beer stalls and markets. Some motor scooters but a lot of utes and farm trucks on the roads. Everyone driving at a reasonable sped and carefully. Back for tea of red curry, green curry, vegetable omelette, steamed greens and carrots and rice followed by watermelon. ...