You would think when you are in the backwoods of Thailand in hills outside Chiang Mai, it might be hard to find a an adventure travel bar. While on an adventure travel tour in a Karen Village, over an hour away from any city of any size it would be hard to find ice to cool down a tasty beer.
This turned out to not be the case once we reached the village. Under a thatched roof hung the above sign with cold Thai beer soaking in ice and a bucket. After a walk through the hills, travelers from all over the world sat under this makeshift bar and talked about the day as well as past and future travels.
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Nothing beats a cold local beer after a great hike or other adventure. Love your site and articles!
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No matter where you are traveling to, it is good to know there will probably be a bar around. Thanks for the compliment!