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I should pint out that the village and the valley are called Doi Chang. Doi Chaang is the name of a coffee company established several years ago by a consortium of Bangkok and foreign businessmen who have laid now claim to the original coffee of the area. Amazing what money (distributed to the right people) will do.

If you want to get to know the original coffee growers of the valley, the company is called Doi Chang and is based in the middle of the village of Doi Chang.

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Flying back into Chiang Rai after spending a week in Bangkok is a very good thing. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy my visits to Bangkok, but there is just something calming and relaxing about getting back to the Rai.smile.png

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I went down with a friend a few weeks back.

Had a steak, bought some clothes, checked a few markets out, enjoyed the hotel pool and facilities and was glad to get home.

That was with 3 days away.

Once a year is more than enough.



All our best friends still work in Bangkok so we can handle more than once a year but 3 or 4 days is about right for a nice visit.

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