Marisa Boutique Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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After our trekking we decided it was only fair to book ourselves a night in a 4 star hotel. Purely so we could get ourselves a good clean shower and a comfy bed. For health reasons really. Can't be getting ill in another country with all these foreign diseases roaming about now can we. It was a perfectly reasonable suggestion, especially considering it only cost us £12 for the night. We surely deserved it after our heroic climb through the jungles ...
... the main attraction. Yet again, AirBnB did us proud and we have a wonderful wee cabin in the luxury of someone else's yard! A guy from the Lake District called Graham and his Thai wife called ......... X. Wandered into town to the caves - wow - great trip and well worth the 'rip off'. Plonked home for about 10 mins until we decided to head to Chiang Dao 'City' for our hair cut - ...
... Only 10 o'clock but we were real tired and fell asleep straight away! We were almost at the border with Myanmar. The mountains we saw from the village were part of Myanmar. Fantastic view from our hotel! The village is situated at 1300 m. It is called the small Switzerland from Thailand. Really cold in the night like Switzerland. They sell all kind of clothes for the winter. 1st of ...
We hang out next to the large ponds by the cave entrance, feeding the giant catfish with biscuits and peanuts and trying to cool down. We have to share some of the fish food with the dodgy looking family of stray dogs too!
The inside of the cave is a real experience. You have to go with a guide and she only has an oil lamp to show you the way. To get from one cave chamber to the next you have to ...
... through with the wedding. He must be crazy. Hello, LOSK (Tez refers to me as a Lady of Some Kind) here. I'm not sure what compelled me to join a Lutvey family adventure, but I'm very glad I did. We are certainly never bored. Tanya says "poor Emma", but it's really poor Cath and Tez, who came to spend time with their daughter and now are stuck with a ring-in who was raised by the Village People. I agree with Tanya that Kay is crazy, but it seems to me that he is in very good ...