Vieng Lanna Mantra
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsVieng Lanna Mantra Chiang Mai
Good location in the old city. Old City inside the moat is a much more relaxed place to stay in Chiang Mai. Good pool at guesthouse to cool yourself off from the sweltering heat.
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... we had seen about her ear. He said she has an inner and outer ear infection and to not swim for 1 week and scuba dive for 2 weeks. We were thankful it was happening at this point since the weather was rainy anyways. The hospital visitation was free of charge but Breanne did have to pay 350bot($12) for her prescriptions. As for my feet, they were not healing and seemed to be infected, so we stayed in the hotel for the remainder of the day to allow for the battle wounds to heal up.
... pulling Ange's bag out of the car. He refused to take us anywhere else. Eventually a Thai university student came by and was trying to translate Thai and English for us, but the cab driver was still refusing to take us anywhere else. I'm fairly sure he was swearing to us in Thai. He was so angry. So we decided since we were at the hotel, let's check it out. The lobby was beautiful. The hotel was very clean. And the prices were only 1,000baht per night (C$30), which ...
... many happy and healthy elephants running around. Itīs sad but thatīs how things unfortunately work in these countries. In our camp the elephants were treated quite badly. One of the baby elephants had both front legs chained so it couldnīt actually move properly. When you ask the workers why they keep it like this they either get very upset or make up an excuse. Anyways we took some photos with elephants and fed them a bit as well. We were allowed to pass them bamboo and ...
... I've just realised I've made no mention of the weather so far. Bangkok was really sunny and blue sky's, it was around 36 degrees and very sticky. Chiang mai has been slightly cooler about 32 degrees, still quite humid but with a lovely breeze although it's cloudier. All in all, it's warmer than England has felt in a long time so we're just going to enjoy it...and appreciate good air con and a cold beer! Naomi and Russ ...
... in the river, and given room to frolic
and play. We beat the other group by a good ten minutes, as our instructor was
a BEAST; screaming at us to go harder, faster, come on you whimps! Because he
pressed us though, we were able to really fly over the rapids, and not get
stuck like the other group. Although the water levels were low, Matt and I both
nearly fell out 2x along the way, so can only imagine what it is like in high