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Monday, 29 October 2012

Bamboo Nest, Chiang Rai, Thailand - Page 2

Written by Christina Kay Bolton
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We hiked up to the nearby Akha village and explored. There were people selling Akha traditional tribal crafts, as well as a small restaurant, but the food was mediocre at best though it had an outstanding view.  The village was perched on the side of a cliff with vistas over a tea plantation. We also ventured straight down hill to the waterfall. 

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One advantage to staying at Bamboo Nest is the sense of camaraderie you feel with other guests. We all became friends just because of solidarity from all being together and talking about our daily activities at the large dinner tables. 


Each night we heard about hikes, elephant riding, and hot springs experiences from the other guests as well as from the owners. Each morning, we had to choose; either spend the day in the hammock or go on another new adventure.  


Provided you’re looking for an inexpensive, rustic place where you can soak in the rural Thai culture, Bamboo Nest could be just the place for you.

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http://bamboonest-chiangrai.com/


©Christina Kay Bolton

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