King Kobra Guesthouse and Inn

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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Life in Luang Probang

A travel blog entry by nickandbon


... bit of paper for him directions to a really cool guesthouse/homestay, in the middle of nowhere but somehow kind of on route to Vang Vieng which was our next stop. There is no direct transport to this homestay, and no locals have ever heard of it, but we were more than happy to attempt to find a place via directions of what looked like a child's treasure map. So with our backpacks on, off we went to the next place.. To be continued in the next blog ...

Can't Believe we are in Myanmar

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop


... at a nice restaurant that provided a Thai dance show during our meal. After dinner the students wanted ice cream from Swensens. So, we all got ice cream to go and strolled the walking street market. It was so peaceful after our shopping spree in Myanmar; few people, no pushy vendors, and soothing Thai music playing in the background. This will be the last shopping spree we have before going home. The students have been buying ...

Mahout training - I tried. Barry succeeded!

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places


... got on behind me and held me with a rope around my waist. Still terrified. We were given the proper words and techniques to turn, stop, go forward, and I did it! Still terrified. As we started out of the camp on the walk, I gave up. Yes, dear reader, I could not do it. Ake and 2 other mahouts had Bo lie down again and helped me off and then I walked with Bo while the rest rode and learned to be mahouts. Not really ...

Visa Run to Burma

A travel blog entry by rekabliss


... I ended up buying a beautiful shawl from one of the old ladies who was busy weaving them traditionally,

Burma over all, is a place we will have to visit for a longer period of time even though it is a little scary considering the government, however their people are friendly and kind. Sadly I can see the pain behind all the smiles and beautiful ritual face paint but that is a longer story.

Mae Sai

A travel blog entry by hannahandtom


There were two reasons for going to Mae Sai, firstly it is as far North as you can go in Thailand and sits on the border with Myanmar (formally Burma) which we wanted to visit albeit if only for a day. Secondly it would be our base for exploring what is called the Golden Triangle, an area where the countries Laos, Thailand and Myanmar all meet in beautiful countryside.

When we first arrived we couldn't actually find anywhere to stay for quite a while. Mae Sai ...


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