Marisa Boutique Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Marisa Boutique Resort & Spa Chiang Dao
Travel Blogs from Chiang Dao
... 15 min to let them cool down so we could slowly go down and use the engine more which is not so obvious as the bikes don't have engines that big. We got down without any problems and drove for another hour and had lunch just after we passed Fang. We found a nice little place with a good soup and got on our bikes at 2:30 again. We drove until we got to Thaton, a beautiful little town on the ...
... and water buffaloes. After returning to the cabin, we ate dinner and had a quiet nights rest under a million stars within the darkness of the forest. The following morning was quite cold (under 10 degrees), there was no heat in the cabin. It was tough getting out of the nice warm bed, felt like camping but with some luxuries like a bed, bathroom and restaurant :-). We left the resort after eating a delicious breakfast to catch another local bus to Thaton.
Last night Tim and I were invited to go to lunch with Buppha and some of the others that were at the bar last night. All we knew was that we were going somewhere for lunch and going on a raft. It didn't occur to me that we would be having lunch on the raft! We went to the bar at 11am to meet up with every-one, not really sure who would show. It turned out everyone who said they'd like to come was there including Buppha, David ...
... by her thick British accent, she was actually saying "I don't know." We discovered later his real name is Number Two. I think I'll stick with Delgado. After planting pumpkins our coordinator took us up river to go tubing. Bummed that we had to stick with our assigned groups and were unable to hang with our new palskies, we bought some beers and grabbed our tubes. Danielle and I hung back and let the rest of our group paddle on down the river as we laid ...
... especially think of my last class at Orchard Park, that loved animals and loved to hear travel stories. We had a map on the door of places I've been and places they have been and would sit looking at maps and discussing the cost of gas, flights, and things they'd heard for hours, if I let them! Anyway, the pictures really do more than my words here. Some of the elephants experienced things that no animal ever should and were very lucky to have survived some of the treatment. There ...