- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... drinks at the hostel to the Sunday night market and then onto a little bar everyone raves about called Zoe's. The night market food e.g pork satays and fried chicken was up there with some of the best and well Zoe's served alcohol so that wasn't too bad either. The next day with a couple of other guys at the hostel we decided to give the ziplining a go. Well, what an experience that was! The route went all through the jungle in the Chiang Mai mountains ...
... the Thai tourists and stood in knee deep water. It was raining so I was unable to enjoy the comfort of the wooden seat. Twas pleasant. It was raining and cold. Annette had not prepared herself for a cold day. Even a cup of coffee didn't do the trick. The solution to getting warm was to purchase two scarfs to wraps around herself. Problem solved at a cost to me! The next stop was at The White Temple. A temple that has been under construction for 18 years with ...
... people and although there were a few dodgy moments the ex rally driver got us there in one piece. Pai was amazing even when it was tipping down with rain and I had to tempt a grumpy Sara that going to some waterfalls in the rain could be fun! Luckily the rain stopped after 30 mins and the rest of the day was dry. After jumping into the waterfall for a while, we went to see a crack in a farmers field from tectonic plate movement, and then had a soak in some ...
... get hot, you see the sweat in rings around their toenails. The mud helps them to stay cool when they are in the sun. We spent a while doing this then the guides told us to follow them and we walked over to a shallow river pool and waterfall. Since we were also covered this was where everyone had a chance to get clean. One of the twins was having the best time, rolling around in the water and playing under the waterfall so it was coming down on her head. Again ...
... poppies for the opium trade to growing coffee. The government has successfully supported them with financing through loans, and education for planting, harvesting, roasting and selling their coffee. The coffee is by no means cheap but the first bag of beans we bought gave us a smooth and bold coffee cup at breakfast today.
We moved in to a modern 1 bedroom suite and the landlord is an American expat and former ...