Ketawa Boutique Hotel

Address: 121/1 Bumrungrat Soi 2 , Chiang Mai, 5000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 121/1 Bumrungrat Soi 2 , Chiang Mai, is near Flight of the Gibbon - Treetop Adventure, Sunday Market, National Elephant Institute, and Mae Ping River.
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      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Nov 10, 2014

      ... br> Also, elephants need to eat a lot. They forage for about twenty hours a day in the wild, so that they can eat enough to maintain their massive size. Which is why the elephants were eating basically all the time we were with them. They eat hundreds of kilograms of food per day in order to keep up their body weight, which is a LOT of food and very expensive if you have to buy it all.

      After our one hour ride on the elephant we ...

      Puddle pirates and Pooh's birthday

      A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Nov 05, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... the eggs were picked and stacked for the day it started to rain, rain, and rain. It was as if we were back in the constant wet drizzle of the winters in eugene, except here it was still 70 degrees. So although it was gonna be a day of soggy feet, at least it wasn't completely miserable by being cold. Justin and I did our best impression of a cadet workout under the dryness of the shops roof in the afternoon. 9 sets of 22 reps of push ups, flutter kicks, mountain climbers, jumping ...

      Chiang mai- night market

      A travel blog entry by hollybell on Oct 09, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... gates to hear a man round the corner shouting hello Holly (turns out we were the only people staying here so he knew my name). He took us to our room and told us that we should treat this like our home and that we had been upgraded to the queen room (just a bigger bed I believe) and we were very grateful. Then we went for a wonder around the remote roads that surrounded our guest house and came across a cute bamboo cafe- we ordered a coke but turns out they only had thai ...

      Spiders, Mosquitos and Elephants, Oh My!

      A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment

      After crossing the boarder back into Thailand we had quite a bit of driving to do. We also made a couple of stops along the way so it made the time pass fairly quickly. Our first stop was at the Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet at the river and the centre of the major drug trade in Asia. We went to the opium museum, which was pretty interesting; my kind of museum - small, some interesting pieces and only the most important information. Our next stop was in Chiang ...

      Elephants galore.

      A travel blog entry by lorenhine on Jul 04, 2014

      14 photos

      ... and shorts to wear so we looked like convicts. Ours was the naughty one of the group (of course) so she was being a little cheeky and the other people in the group backed away from riding her but she was fine with us. Steve sat at the front near its head with me behind. She had really prickly long hairs which gave our legs a great exfoliation. We rode around for about an hour with its trainer following us and tickling my feet which he thought was ...