Na Thapae Hotel
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... our home for the next few days. The ladies at reception greeted us nicely, they were expecting us they said. We got a room right on the sea next to Helen&Carl's, perfect! We quickly showered and headed out to meet them. The rest of the evening was spent exchanging stories from our last few weeks. Our first and third day on Koh Tao were spent relaxing on the beach, eating and attempting to not sweat (very difficult). I can safely say I have never been as hot as ...
... a good shout since it took us 25 minutes in a car and even that struggled, as it was seriously steep and windy. That night we went to a ladyboy show and I don't think we have both ever laughed so much in our lives. We were being served drinks by this huge ladyboy with one hell of a deep voice. At the end of the show everyone gets up on stage to dance whilst trying to avoid getting sexually assaulted by the huge ladyboy. The huge one was going around grabbing fellas ****** areas ...
... seem pretty pregnant and one mama walks with her calf, herslef carrying two people.
My group mates just got off their animals right now and straight away the next people get on. There is no break.
All in all, the trekking was good. But no at all "easy" as they told all of us in Bangkok at the tourist information. The first part was the hell of a steep hill before we finally got to the first village where we were going to stay. We ...
... an experience when our guide picked us up the next morning. He was covered in tattoos with a huge smile on his face and ran around the hostel's restaurant like a 4 year old, talking a mile a minute. His real name was written on his name tag, but he insisted that everyone called him Ping Pong. He was a character for sure and will definitely end up being a memorable part of the trip, someone we will be quoting for years to come. Our first stop was to spend a few hours at the village of ...
Walking from the airport to the car park the heat and
humidity enveloped me like a steam bath; how I love Jonathan’s air-conditioned
Toyota Camry. Forty five minutes’ driving from the airport to the big city took
us through broad freeways with little or no traffic which would have surely
taken double the time in Bangkok, if you were lucky. But then there are only 25
million inhabitants in a Malaysia. Palm oil tree ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNa Thapae Hotel Chiang Mai
Good location, helpful staff, clean, nice environment. Breakfast is as bit plain with just eggs, breads, cereal, juice, coffee, tea, and watermelon. Can be noisy in the alley it is located in.
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