Misone Hotel & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai
... The scenery at times was amazing and was just like being in a David Attenburough programme. A camara wouldnt have done it justice. Finally after a whole day o trekking we made it to his village, the home of the Karen tribe. We had a look around and saw how they lived with no electricity or any modern things. The kids were all playing a game which was a mixture of volleyball and football and there were farmers collectingthe crops to eat. Sam prepared us dinner as ...
... others on the trip were two couples traveling together from Canada. Maddie and Branden were a couple and Steven and Alicia were another couple. Maddie and Alicia were sisters. They are a lovely group of people and we were really excited to get going.
After breakfast we all got in the truck and left for the market where we could pick up any last bits we needed, in our case loo roll! It took about 40 minutes to get there and we also treated ourselves to an ...
... and a cute DJ. Walking back in the dark, was ridiculous of course I get lost... making me unable to stop thinking of ghouls...and to make matters worse my stolen Havana flip flops break. It's karma someone stole mine at the roof top bar so I returned the favour unable to walk to Zoe's bare foot! Who the hell would want ****** purple flip flops. Anyway I only have to walk one road without a shoe... But I feel like a Skag! Shower direct... 5am I finally fall asleep dreaming of my massage ...
... I was to meet people that I clicked with so well in Cambodia). Also, I was looking forward to spending time in a bigger city, with more things to do. I had heared great things about Chiang Mai, the second largest city in Thailand and its cultural capital, which is why I had already made up my mind that I wasn't going to go anywhere else, but just spend a whole week there. I think I was getting a bit weary of moving around all the time by that point and also wated to ...
... went our separate ways. They saw me off as I headed to the train station, me fighting back a tear, thinking of the great times we had together and sad to be leaving them (even though we have plans to meet again!). The train took 13 hours, in the entirely wooden and open air cabin. Not the best train experience, as I was constantly shooing bugs off of me, but nonetheless I made it to Bangkok and headed to the airport.
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking