Piya Guest House

Address: 1/1 Khunlumprapas, Soi 3, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1/1 Khunlumprapas, Soi 3, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son

    Trekking and over night in the Black Iahoo village

    A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Dec 19, 2014

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    ... it in turns to go in and have a wash. One of the Dutch girls went first. I looked behind us and there was a young boy around 10 years old, hiding under the shop- probably hoping to see some naked westerners! Well he was out of luck!! When it was my turn, I filled the bucket up; soaped up and poured the first bucket over me- it was bloody freezing!! The water came directly from the mountains!! I was so glad I didn't have to wash my hair!! I cleverly didn't bring my ...

    Post #3 Greendaying everywhere

    A travel blog entry by marina.guz on Nov 22, 2014

    29 photos

    ... Thai woman who almost drowned in a flood in 2005 and lost evrything, then rebuilt the hostel. Cant even imagine what that would be like. But, still: she is freaking crazy. I wish I had filmed her. Her name is Darling, she calls everyone Darlig and tells you: "love you long time, Darling, forever and ever...hihihihi". Its difficult to imagine but she is a nutcase. I am gonna ask someone who is still in Pai to record her and post it. Anyway, I think this is enough. I ...

    Once in a lifetime...

    A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... deep jungle, to rust-coloured corn fields and finally into barely discernible, tissue-paper thin outlines, too high to visually comprehend. Along the way, I pass through the villages of various hill tribes - clusters of bamboo huts, spiralling out from dusty main roads. In so many ways, I feel like I'm at the edge of the world. Incidentally, if you want to know the definition of incongruence, I recommend driving through a Red Karen tribe's village with Kanye "hurry ...