Mud brick building in Pai

Whilst in Pai, I had the pleasure of meeting a fantastic group of volunteers working on a wonderful programme on the outskirts of the town. The group were making traditional mud bricks whilst camping in the mountains; cooking and eating around a campfire. Mud brick building has been around since ancient civilisations. This method of […]

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Amazing healthy vegan & raw food in Northern Thailand

Earth Tone in Pai (Thailand) has become one of my favourite food places of all time. When you step into the small unassuming wooden building on the side of the road, you’re greeted by the front of house and the array of goodies available to take away – freshly baked vegan bread, the best brownies […]

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Valhalla – Pai, Thailand

A short drive down a mostly dirt track and across a narrow bamboo bridge is a hippie treehouse haven known as Valhalla. You can sleep there in tents and sit around a campfire in the evening, and during the day pop in to chill in a hammock with a smoothie or a cheeky afternoon drink. […]

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Strange ferris wheels on a hill & Lod Cave – Pai, Thailand

I had a friend I originally met in Langkawi (Malaysia) to come and stay with me in my new house in Pai that I was renting for the month. One of the days that she was staying, we decided to do a day trip up to Lod cave. We rented some bikes from town and drove […]

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Pai canyon & the war time bridge

If you fancy a challenging walk  whilst in the vicinity of Chiang Mai/Pai in Northern Thailand, or even if you just a spectacular view worthy of a “throw-your-hands-up-in-the air, back-to-the-camera, I-am-master-of-the-wilderness” style photograph then take a trip to Pai canyon. Words of advice… Don’t go in the midday heat, and don’t wear flip-flops! A little […]

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