The Residence @ Mae Hong Son

Address: 41/4 Nivespisarn Road, Mae Hong Son, 58000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 41/4 Nivespisarn Road, Mae Hong Son, is near Ban Thai Spa.
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      Trekking and over night in the Black Iahoo village

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

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      ... baby would cry and draw attention away from it's fleeing mother. He said in some places (not sure where), they hunt monkeys, tie them under a table, open it's skull and serve it's brain- whilst the poor thing is still alive!! Awful!! To the rules of his village; the fact they can have six wives and they have arranged marriages. Parents would marry their children off before they were born then when their children became of age; they'd lock the couple in a room until ...

      Long-necked women and otherness

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Oct 08, 2014

      1 photo

      ... Again acknowledging my massive amounts of privilege, the closest approximation I can make to my own experience is my choice to wear makeup. While many of my feminist friends take issue with this decision, it's one I make for a range of reasons - female ritual, artistry and a certain degree of reappropriation. For me, being told that the only way to resist something is to reject it completely feels just as oppressive as what I'm trying to fight. Overall, I mostly ...

      Journey to Pai ��

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 28, 2014

      ... hours. The journey from Chiangmai to Pai is known for it's windy uphill roads through the jungle and my god did the drive stick to it's reputation. Never have I felt so ill during a bus journey and on top of my hangover and the awful roads I also had a car sick child just behind me who stunk the car out and puked all over his mums blouse which I happened to catch a glimpse of.... Oh dear it was just the ...


      A travel blog entry by jcruise on Jun 08, 2014

      33 photos

      ... mountain curves. Racing through the mountains in our mini bus, including driving on both sides of the two lane road makes it seem like a miracle that I did not get sick. After finding a place to stay, we were off to explore the town on foot. Only taking twenty minutes to cross town with hardly any cars of motorcycles in sight, we could not imagine going back to the hustle and bustle of ...

      An alternative life

      A travel blog entry by krocodiletears on May 03, 2014

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      ... midnight you can. As well as the ebb and flow of budget travellers it is very obvious that there are hundreds of "farangs" (foreigners) that have made Pai their home. Many of course are just looking for Shangri La on the cheap as you can rent a house five minutes out of town amongst the rice paddies for a thousand rands a month. There are also many long timers that engage in all manner of fringe things - to say “crackpot” or “loony" would be unkind and ...