Daw Guest House

Address: 9 Moo 1, T. Wingpangkum, Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 9 Moo 1, T. Wingpangkum, Mae Sai.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Tubing tales

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 23, 2015

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... us into the banks to be scratched by reeds or tree branches or into logs in the middle of the river. I have a few additional scratches as a result of this trip....adrenaline for oldies!! 90 minutes later and a few bottles lighter (having lost them in the river) we arrived at our exit point all too soon. The staff helped drag everything out and we ambled up the dirt pathway to the beach club. This is essentially a fake beach set up in ...

I Have Been to Laos

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 17, 2015

2 comments, 31 photos

... is quite an honor. The owner of the hotel is Pi Jip's cousin. She speaks excellent English. She is a teacher of Thai language and is helping me with some of my tones. I told her I would "like" her FB page and write a review on our stay through Trip Advisor.

Well, once again it is a late night. We need to get on the road early in the morning so I am going to close the blog for now. I will write again tomorrow when we are back in Chiang mai. Sweet dreams and good night.


Looooooooooooooooooong bus journey

A travel blog entry by nickandbon on May 18, 2014

1 photo

... more music, I'm currently listening too fleetwood mac. I'm only bored now because it's dark outside and can't see the scenery. Driving through Laos in the day I had a different feeling since we've been on our travels, I was looking out of the window for at least 3 hours just appreciating how amazing it is, rice paddys carved into the landscape and seeing hills as far as you can see. Every village we drove past ...

Dipped my toe in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Feb 16, 2014

2 photos

... the two countries (making sure to cross the road to the other side because that's the side Myanmarese drivers on) and hand over your passport to the official with either 500 baht ($15) or a $10 bill. Yes, that's a significant difference - the baht was much weaker when the payment options were set.

They don't hand your passport back. Instead, they take your picture and give you something that looks passportish that you ...

Crossing the Border

A travel blog entry by dmauger on Jan 25, 2014

26 photos

... 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 ...

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