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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai
... called a Visa Run. That means you spend 4 hours running up to the
country of Burma border and pray they will extend your visa. It is at the descresion of the
immigration officer. He can say no-- he can give you 15 days or he can be a sweetly and give
you 30 days..
everything went great
so we have 30 more days... Yippee !
so for the ride... Oh my goodness,!
Wew we ...
... shoulder Thai massage and paid 80 baht for the 'massage' which was more like a form of torture! They literally kneaded our muscles to the point we felt the need to say "ahh" but this just seemed to spur them on! We both stuck it out, hoping it would do some good for our tight neck and shoulder muscles. Feeling very bruised, we went to bed to recover after our ordeal. Day eleven: Mae Sai - Chiang Sean. Not an ideal start to the day but we decided to backtrack our way along ...
... a market next to the Buddha which had loads of cheap souvenirs so we bought a few bits to send home before getting on the bike to find somewhere to eat. We rode down the road and found a Thai seafood restaurant. I tried Asian Redtail catfish and Paul tried Devil catfish. They were ok but I still prefer sea fish to river! When we'd finished our monstrous meal we headed back before it got dark. It was a lot easier getting back and only took us an hour! Good day all ...
... with a new neck piece that coils around and around. After years of wearing the rings the women's neck muscles are too weak to hold their heads up by themselves so they end up needing the rings as a supportive brace. The reason why the Karen women put themselves though the neck lengthening routine is tradition, but it is also a way of making a living for the refugees.
We had mixed feelings about visiting this village, because it seemed exploitation ...
... rises near the border with Laos sloping towards theMekong River. With spectacular views over the surrounding mountains, it is one of the famous tourist attractions of the Thai highlands near Chiang Rai. Tourists visit the mountain especially at dawn in order to catch a glimpse of ...
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