Maesot Guest House

Address: 208/4 Intarakeeree Road, Mae Sot, 63110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 208/4 Intarakeeree Road, Mae Sot.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sot

Escaping from the Madhouse

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Mar 22, 2014

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... alleyway and its just madness. As soon as we got in our "room" alone, we looked at each other and were just thinking oh my god, what have we got ourselves into?! This big dirty, shed has been converted into a maze of rooms where the 12 young children, the mother (German lady) and father (her Burmese husband), his sister who cooks and her two babies and various volunteers live, alongside 20 dogs, 10 cats, 50 ducks, 30 chickens, and a ...

Mae Sot Macaroons: A fine desert to a great meal

A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Jul 05, 2013

2 comments, 35 photos

... Lukas, are getting much better about sitting through these LONG bus rides.
Upon our arrival into Mae Sot, my friend Pharanee was patiently waiting for us and took us to a lovely Canadian/ Thai restaurant in town. We then drove to the Sanctuary, about a 45 minute drive outside Mae Sot, very close to the town of Phop Phra. We were given a lovely yet simple room to sleep in, perfect for us. When we woke up after a fairly restful night, there they were once ...

Market diversity

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Feb 17, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... taste. While I'm not the most adventurous eater and I definately shy away from strange animal parts, I love to sample new foods and mysterious concoctions. Here in Thailand, I am particularly fond of batugo (a kind of cornmeal doughnut), merengue crepe cups, and roymit (a shaved ice treat in place of ice cream). Charles is even more adventurous, claiming that the toasted silk worms he recently tried tasted just like ...

...and life will never be quite the same.....

A travel blog entry by joanknab on Oct 28, 2012

2 comments, 21 photos

... members of an agency out of the U.S. that brings fortified rice to the refugee camps - "one huge one right down the road called Mae La", they said, (approximately 40,000 to 80,000 inhabitants - no one knows for sure and it is changing daily) that we would soon be passing on our way south. And as we continued in our conversation, a desperate picture began to evolve depicting the tragedy of these peoples' lives.

Even though the government of Myanmar (Burma) has opened ...

Village Home Stay

A travel blog entry by yiasia on Sep 28, 2012

49 photos

... than that.

The families turned out to be phenomenal. They are so welcoming and accepting, not to mention the cooks of a lifetime.

On my first morning I went to a temple with a couple others from the group. It was confusing but spiritual. The monks really struggled putting bracelets on us. I don't think they are ever coming off. We went through a ceremony and it was cool to see how people worship here.

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