Sunshine Pai Resort
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... walk, 280 winding turns on the mountain, several of the other passengers shouting and requesting him to slow down, we arrived and were delighted to get off...what an *******!! We were really excited about our accommodation for our 4 day stay in Pai. We opted for a place called Villa De Pai which offers what could only best be described as a basic 'Centre Parcs' esc pod for a couple. Simply a bed, a mirror, one plug socket and an outdoor / indoor bathroom. Nevertheless it was ...
... in this world
2. Thailand would have no tourism at all if they ever banned alcohol completely
3. Burnley girls love a bit of Pai
Dave's Transport Stats
Planes used - 2
Buses used - 16
Trains used - 9
Metros/subways used - 17
Cars used - 5
Minivans - 3 (+1)
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 5
Cable cars used 1
Bicycles used 1
Tuk tuks used 4
Scooters used 1 ...
... in. Walked along the mostly dried out river bed then steeply up hill. Lots of butterflies of various species-tiny blues ones,orange,and larger white ones with spotted wings. Lots of spiders and ants and also a number of small lizards. Managed to fall over twice-twisting my ankle on one and going through the knee of my trousers the second time ( at least they protected me from serious damage). Path quite slippery with lots of fallen teak tree leaves and ...
... home stay but when we arrived the owner had left some random note saying she’d "gone to the mountain" for a few days and would be back soon. So we settled in, slightly odd to find yourself in someone else’s home helping yourself to ginger tea and locking up when you have no clue where they are or when they might be back.
We stayed just two nights, all the time we were expecting to bump into Arlhan but we never did! So that was a shame, it was a cool stay none ...
We arrived into Pai late in the evening after a long journey of nightmare winding roads. We didn't manage to find the hostel that we had booked so checked into a little bungalow by the river owned by a Thai ladyboy called Sarah who was literally crazy. Pai was awesome, really laid back and quite hippy. The town was lovely and we found a swimming pool to laze by after exploring the town. We then booked our trek into the jungle for the following two days! We set ...