Go and see Nan Province. I'm begging you.

This is the Thailand I think many of us dream about.

Our plan was to drive north from Nan City to the ‘salt village' of Boklua, spend one night in the mountains, and then continue the loop back down to Nan City to finish off with a couple of nights in the provincial capital. The trip was meticulously planned by my wife, based on Thai travel blogs and trip reports that she had read on-line


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