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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
We spent one night in Mae Hong Son and truth be told there isn't a great deal to shout about. The lake at the centre of town is set in a well kept park with a market that offers the same wares as in Pai, there are a fair few guesthouses and restaurants and a temple that over-looks the whole town on the nearest hill. It’s slightly higher up …
The pinatas are ready!
So our time in Mae Hong Son is up and we've said goodbye to OPC :- (
We were sad to leave but left on a high with a couple of great little pinata parties.
After days of toiling on them the pinatas were demolished in a matter of minutes - one yesterday and one today.
All the kids had a go at bashing them blindfolded …
Not all the pinatas worked out quite right as some of the balloons burst before the papier-mache had set. But waste not want not, we salvaged what we could and turned the remains into rather attractive masks instead...
After putting the final touches to the pinatas we paid a visit to the Phuklon mud spa. Neither of us had slept well the previous night owing to the intense heat so were feeling in need of a little pampering.
The mud spa sources water from a geothermal spring that has been known about for years by the locals. They used to go any lie in the …
TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince'S Guesthouse Mae Hong Son
Spent one night there, room was pretty standard at 250baht. Had a great view of the towns lake and market but otherwise nothing really that special
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Prince'S Guesthouse Mae Hong Son
Other places to stay in Mae Hong Son
76 Nong Thong, Mae Hong Son | Hotelfrom $10