Paicome Hideaway Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pai
... and rejuvenated following her body scrub and facial and we joined her for a coffee before leaving Gra to have a turn at reading (as he continues to refuse to try Thai massage) and Lynz and I headed off for an hour of relaxation filled with Thai massage!
Later on, showered and refreshed we headed out for an 'American night' at the BBQ ranch.......basically we ate BBQ food and had a few drinks whilst enjoying some live music before heading off for some ...
... I went chasing after her to the top - not my finest moment. It was worth it when we got there though as the views were spectacular and we were served Jasmine tea in lovely Chinese ceramic cups. We also got to take some cheesy tourist shots at their various look out points. There is a lot more to do in Pai than I originally thought. There are a number of Hotsprings, though these are seasonal, and there was not enough water there when we went, also many waterfalls ...
One of the greatest parts about choosing a honeymoon that involves overnight train rides, language barriers, sometimes terrifying culinary adventures, nerve-wracking car rides, and plenty of other unknowns - in place of inclusive resorts and ample cocktails - is getting to know your significant other as a travel partner. Kris and I are always down for the same ridiculous excursions, we egg each other on, and we're lazy together. I couldn't ask for ...
... as good as the buffalo. We then all sat around a campfire while all the local children sang hill songs. It then became the tourists turn! Each country had to sing a song. Annabelle and I chose swing low sweet chariot! It went down ok!! We then danced around the campfire pretending to be elephants to another hill song. After the children went to bed we sat up talking until we couldn't keep our eyes open. The next day we were up with the cockerels who do not wait for dawn ...
... WWII. A little later we walked a circuit through a forest of bamboo, the stems of some of them must have been well over 10 cm thick. Just near there we went round an animal Sanctuary, created by the King to preserve wild life specifies threatened by encroachment on their habitat, and by hunters or tribesmen just finding food. Different types of deer, macaws, parakeets, hornbills, peacocks and wild cats. If they had too many they would release them into the ...