Daw Guest House

9 Moo 1, T. Wingpangkum, Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Crossing the Border

A travel blog entry by dmauger


... should be showing love instead of hate. As you can probably guess, I do not agree with this perspective of the situation, but I was not surprised to see this as I have encountered many Bush-haters before.

On the side walls were people riding towards Buddha. They were on clouds that formed out of the evil mess on the front wall and became beautiful as they moved toward enlightenment. The back wall with Buddha was beautiful and represented the beauty ...

Vet Assistance - would you have done it??

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places


... everyone wants to go there tonight for dinner instead of having our usual pre-paid fare of noodles or rice with varying degrees of spiciness with varying types of Thai food. He is also a journalist for NPR!!!!!!!!!!

Our favorite part of each day is when we are working with the elephants. They each have different personalities and markings and ages, of course. Am, is our absolute favorite because she is so cute and funny ...

Mae Sai

A travel blog entry by hannahandtom


... such a little cart!

The next day we took a walk over the border into Tachilek in Myanmar. The visa you get on the border here will only allow you to visit certain areas near the border. We had originally intended to go a bit further afield and see a bit more of the country. However we learnt that we could only leave the border town of Tachilek if we hired a guide and even then there wasn't much to go and see unless you wanted to do a trek... We couldn't ...

Myanmar (Burma)

A travel blog entry by new_lands


... of being here. I choose two lovely jade and silver pendants (well I couldn't decide between them), they're small but beautiful and won't weigh me down, good decision I think.

I would love to see Burma properly and experience the country further, it's not really on my plans at the minute but you never know... I enjoyed my brief encounter with it anyway before setting off once more for Chiang Mai :)

China and Burma in one week

A travel blog entry by efopreis


... and tourists. In the front seat our Canadian/Chinese friend. She is also going to Tha Ton. When she found out the yellow sorng-taa-ou was not coming she arranged a green one to take everyone to some other point where we have a better chance of catching the right one. And there is room for us. Hurray, we are saved! * In Mae Salong basically everything is Chinese. The village was founded in the 1960's by Chinese Kuomintang soldiers driven from Yunnan province in China by the ...


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