Na Thapae Hotel
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... after coaching at the Children's Home. We saw literally hundreds of designs and sizes ranging from the miniature to the gigantic.
The hand painted umbrellas are quite magnificent and we will return again to this popular tourist attraction. The manufacturing of the products sold here takes place in the village. Many of the workers sit on a ...
... the 90 minute ride to Doi Inthanon. Within 10 minutes I had barely left the city and a pile up caused by a motorcyclist on the other side of the road had kicked of as I was waiting at the lights, the guy must have gone a good 30 feet sliding on his **** before he came to a halt, then About 6 cars and a lorry smashed into one another- nothing too high speed so no doubt they were all ok, not fazed (massive lie) I left the lights at a green light and got on my way. After an arduous ...
... Mai is incredibly inexpensive, and a community of hippie/artists/yogis have taken advantage of the lifestyle. With that said, I also noticed a very slow-paced life, with lots of lounging, reading and napping. However, I wasn't quite ready to dive into the Chiang Mai relaxation, and I planned on signing up for so many of the tourist attractions that I had heard about. I had already been recommended to check out the Elephant Nature Park (thanks Sarah!!) so I had signed ...
... only reprieve from
the heat. They put their massive trunks into the water throwing it up gleefully
at their bodies, soaking us in the process! The ride took about 20 minutes,
passing through some incredibly beautiful scenery. At the end of the walk was a
small camp for the animals to rest, but no water around for them to play in. At
the rest point, the Norwegian had paid to go meet the hill tribe long neck
women, so we waited at the bottom ...
... escaped from its night enclosure and it wasnt very happy but after 12 hours they managed to get the elephant back to its area of the park using his family and food. The dog was okay in the end! Our morning duty was to get banana trees which thankfully was a lot less work than last time; there were no ants and it didnt take as long. Whilst we were waiting to be picked up by the mini bus a man came over and offered to show us his ...
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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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