after a three hour bus trip out of the city of chiang mai, through some of the curviest hills you can image matt and i arrived in pai. quiet, peaceful, perfect pai.
here we go
on the tuk-tuk to the bus station
the views on the way
we had to go through a couple security checks
but we arrived, safe and sound!
our accommodation for night one
the main town
the world war II memorial bridge
the road to the waterfall
here he goes...
"did you get that?"
need a ride?
we had a great time riding up and down these back roads,
through farms and small villages
but we encountered this guy on the way back down, we were a little nervous
but this old towns woman assured us it would be fine to pass... we survived
i want to live in pai
ah, i love thailand!
cute coffee shop with the BEST coffee in pai
everything is so green
cool little huts
dork x 2
we were having dinner and this little guy stopped by to beg
it was hard to be annoyed, he was so gentlemanly
very cool bar
we listened to music
and matt joined in!
where we ate breakfast one morning, wheat-grass!