King Kobra Guesthouse and Inn

Address: Mae Sai, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Building a road, Burma Style

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 27, 2015

40 photos

... road. Then it was loaded into baskets, sometimes shovelled and sometimes by hand, piece by piece, and carried to where it was needed. The layer of sub base rock is laid by hand with a string line, Then the next layer of material is spread by hand. This is rolled by an old steel wheeled roller. The tar is heated in 44 gallon drums over an open fire and then ...

Tubing tales

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 23, 2015

9 photos

After so many temples and sightseeing we really felt like a lazy day today so booked a tubing trip up the Mae Ping river North of Chiang Mai. The company pick you up at 10.30 from one of two central locations and it is about an hour north through the suburbs and then into lush countryside. The road is bordered by emerald paddy fields and in the distance the mountains shimmer in the sun.

After a briefing ...

I Have Been to Laos

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

2 comments, 31 photos

... and snake add to the whiskey.

After our shopping adventure we went for lunch. We at a restaurant on the Mae Kong River. The food was wonderful and my soda craving is being satisfied this year. It has been difficult over the years to find diet soda in Thailand. I cannot drink regular soft drinks as they are too sweet. This year everyone is carrying Coke Zero. I do not know why they did not carry Diet Coke in previous years but I am not complaining this year. In fact, my ...

Crossing in to Myanmar

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Jul 22, 2014

22 photos

... a very simple process to cross the border, pay your money, get a stamp & you're through, but it only allows you to enter a restricted area. Once across on the other side the touts start straight away, selling cigarettes, tell them you don't smoke & they offer you Viagra. Tuk tuk drivers were also everywhere, we ended up doing an hour tour, mainly to a few temples around town. It started raining as ...

A World Of Its Own!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Mar 28, 2014

... it was very small and quiet. The walls and ceilings had a religeous story of the Buddha painted on the walls and a big statue of the Buddha at the front of the temple was covered in neon lights which was odd.

The tuk tuk then dropped us back in the centre where we had some traditional Burmanesse breakfast and was accompanied by a Burmanesse man that spoke very good English and spoke about his world travels. We seemed to acquire a lot of attention ...

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