- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDozy House Chiang Mai
Stay here. Gina and her crew are some of the kindest most friendly hosts I've ever had. Her English is great, and she will help you do whatever you want. Rates are good, and it's in the old city.
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... was hard work, especially having to go over and under things, up and down hills etc. At about 6pm we arrived at the Karen hill tribe village where we would be staying that night. It felt like we had stepped back in time. The villagers lived in very basic huts, and there were animals roaming around, children playing - it was a completely secluded community. The villagers had their own language, it was ...
... are the largest land mammal 2) You can always tell which hotel room belongs to Thais because they leave their shoes outside the door 3) You are not allowed to throw toilet paper in the toilet. You must throw it in the garbage because Thailand's plumbing is not made to support toilet paper 4) Showering before swimming is an expectation 5) The laundry lady gives you bananas when you pick up your laundry (this is just another example as to how grateful the Thais ...
... sack. As the second bottle of Happy Water was opened we made our way to the kitchen where Nu was rustling up a blinding midnight feast. He threw half of our breakfast into a sizzling pan and crisped up a large helping of diced pork to produce a fragrant Thai take on pork scratchings. Landlords all over Britain would be fighting for his recipe if they could taste just how good it was. It was humbling to hear Jya talk about how he hoped one day to visit ...
... s'more. This was the first time my buddies had ever tried a marshmallow, they have them here but they are very expensive. They loved the s'mores & soon all of our marshmallows & chocolate were gone.
On Friday we had planned to go to the hospital but our plans for rescheduled. We were able to have class in the morning & then free time in the afternoon. I used that time to catch up on my journaling & get ready for the weekend trip to Chaing Rai.
... cold, dreary, snowy days.
Following morning ceremony we went to the hospital. I went with Maew on the trauma unit. I worked with two students on dressing changes while the other two students worked with Maew. Today I discovered that am care is not the responsibility of the nurse. If the patient is to be bathed it is the responsibility of the family. The nurses are too busy and do not have time to do this.
The patient who has relied on my student ...