Little Eden Guesthouse
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
... where you could watch the big tigers playing together in the pool, which was really funny to watch. They're so beautiful when they interact with each other! Our next stop was the big night bazaar in Chiang Mai city, which sells everything from food to clothes to jewellery and all the rest! On the way, mine and Scarlett's bike ran out of petrol because the pointer was broken and we had no idea how much we had left. So off Ryan went ...
... Bangkok to catch my flight to New Zealand, back on the windy roads back to Chiang Mai then it was an overnight bus to the city.
(Oh there was also an earthquake when I was here!! I didn't really feel it as I was walking at the time but all the electricity wires were bouncing up and down and everyone was running out of the shops! It was quite big, 6.3! And actually did cause a bit of damage further north but no one was ...
... few days soak in. we literally road off into the sunset as we zoomed our way to pai. These last few days have opened up my mind and soul, there is something about the open road and the freedom that comes with it that teaches you some great lessons (some being easier than others). this portion of my trip made me feel alive and happy in a way I haven't in a long time. im so thrilled to have been able to experience it especially with such a wonderful travel ...
... was there and showed us around but explained that her place was full. Theres several huts, bungalows and tree houses, they're spread over 26 acres and are all in different styles with differing levels of technology. We found Teak House with two stories, a western flush toilet, solar lights, built by a British couple, mind made up.
We got up at about 8am on Monday, enjoyed our free KK Huts breakfast, grabbed our bags and headed off into Pai. Trusty Mike had ...
... when I offer him something I am using, he would always refuse as he is the perfect (nearly) gentleman, but when I offered him my pashmina, he accepted it, no questions. We stood on a bank and waited for the sun to come up, and waited, and shivered and waited. The sky turned orange, and it started to warm up almost instantly, but we were stood in the wrong place to see the sun, which was a shame as we could see the clouds glowing from the (I assume) spectacular sunrise. ...