Lanna Hill House

Address: 5 Moo 5 Baan Hua Fai T. On-Nua A. Maeon, Chiang Mai, 50130, Thailand | Villa
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This villa, located on 5 Moo 5 Baan Hua Fai T. On-Nua A. Maeon, Chiang Mai, is near San Kamphaeng Hot Springs.
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    Land of magnificent elephants!

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 28, 2015

    5 comments, 10 photos

    Awesome! Absolutely awesome! Need I say more? Okay, I will. :-) Your word for the day is MAHOUT. Today was mahout training day. A mahout is an elephant trainer. They spend their life working with their one beloved elephant---they teach him or her commands, in Thai of course! And then they pretend to teach us the commands, too, but we knew who was really in charge. We went to a wonderful elephant ...

    TIT (Tattoos in Thailand)

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Jun 23, 2015

    Well we have been thinking about getting tattoos here in Thailand since before we left on our trip. For the last several days Erin has been talking it over with our friends David and Nuy. Erin had really wanted to get one done by a monk to get a blessing and seek some of the protections the magic of the tattoo provides. We were able to make a connection through a friend of a friend. We found a former monk about 40 minutes south of Chiang Mai in a ...

    Pedaling through the countryside

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on Apr 03, 2015

    ... Next stop, the mango wood store. I picked up a beautiful bowl. Oooh! Too big and too heavy, no go in suitcase. I couldn't resist a small light vase to show Ed. It was 60 Baht, about $1.80. Much more in the shops downtown, where the middle man gets all the money. The store was only 1km from the wood shop, but it was so hot and I barely made it. I announced to Win that I would continue the trip in the mini-bus. Sak put my bike away. By the way, I was worried about a ...

    Weird and wonderful

    A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Mar 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... it is ethical and morally right to come and gawp at people in a human zoo. It felt far from that for me, i made the effort to interact with them and made conversation, they replied and were friendly, one lady even invited me to sit and play the guitar with her. I managed a few strums.....where was Ian when i needed him! I found it an insightful experience - they are refugees from Burma who set up camp across ...

    Relationships and food

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Mar 01, 2015

    8 photos

    ... quality of life measurement (e.g. overall physical health, emotional health, obesity, infant mortality rate, etc) than upper class people in places with a great income gap. Living in a place where people are friendly and trustworthy means you won't constantly be in the fight-or-flight mode. Holding too much tension, having your sympathetic system in overdrive, causes all kinds of issues!

    My flip flops went ...

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