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... but hefty five centimeters thick and twenty centimeter wide planks
And how can I not make passing reference to our sundowner time. Our view across the river to the thickly forested mountains is almost "Out of Africa". At any time we expected to see an impala arriving for a drink and getting snapped up by a crocodile.
Was that really a tiger there behind the bush or is the Hong Thong whiskey making us sentimental for ...
After getting to Mae Sariang in the dark we woke up early the next morning to take a wonder around the small village. Not much to see just a very quiet, pretty, traditional village but one of the Thai Mammas sold some amazingly good coconut sticky rice and coconut cakes so after a few of them it was back in the truck for the next part of our trip. Today we would travel to Pang Mapha passing through the town of Mae Hong Son which is the halfway point of the loop. ...
...and some days you are the windscreen.
Today I feel like the windscreen, a storm raged last night and the insects were out revelling in the damp air. I took more than just a few to the face on the way to the Karenni long necked tribe. Refugees from Burma, the Karenni tribe sell trinkets to tourists because they cannot legally work in Thailand. Some of the women wear rings around their neck, depressing the collar bone in order to ...
... on after the war ended; the last one dying in his Khun Yuam home sometime in the 1980s.
Well, it all sounded pretty polished to us, but, reading between the lines, we could imagine soldiers adopting a strategy of kindness if they were so overextended that their success and survival depended on local support. We could also certainly imagine a frightened local people, who had very likely already heard rumours of Japanese attrocities to their north (in China) ...
... our resort, "The Fern Resort". And of course it was almost dark, so I called there and of course she didn't speak English, but I finally deciphered that I should call back in five minutes, and voila, five minutes later a few words of English that got us to the resort within about another five minutes. Once again, it was a magical place, our little bungalow the furthest from the front desk smack dab in the middle of a rice field with no other places anywhere near us. ...