Huaen Kham Resort
Travel Blogs from Mae Sai
... lives for themselves, which was her main inspiration for starting up the Mae Fah Luang foundation. We stopped by the cafeteria for a quick bite to eat, where it seemed all the workers ate their lunch as it was reasonably priced for the location. Then we returned to the royal villa. Amelia was given a denim shirt to put on to cover her shoulders as a scarf was not acceptable in this instance. We also had to remove our shoes and carry them with us in a plastic bag, and no ...
... at our exit point all too soon. The staff helped drag everything out and we ambled up the dirt pathway to the beach club.
This is essentially a fake beach set up in the countryside with mountains and farmland surrounding it. It had a little beach bar and cabanas with hammocks to chill out for the day. As we were the only two guests that day we had our run of the entire facility and thoroughly enjoyed ...
... I did not enjoy the vibe there and can't believe the killing of these beautiful animals was once allowed and revered. Those poor poor majestic creatures. Humans are a filthy animal that likes to prove their egotistical selves through conquering others. Makes me sick! MONKEY CAVE - pop in if it's along the way. I wouldn't go out of my way to visit but if you're riding past, why not! It is a little challenging to find the right road to turn down from the highway ...
... see if they could take us but no one was going that way. A Chinese tour guide (with his saga Chinese group 60+) had seen us trying to flag down a bus and was kind enough to let us hitch a lift with them. Everyone on the bus were so friendly, making room for us and communicating with little words and some sort of sign language. They really did save our ass. There isn't a massive amount to write about this place but they did have a celebration of ...
... for what was lost when blight wiped out up to three billion American Chestnuts across Appalachia a century ago from an infected Japanese chestnut. They actually seeded the deforested hillsides with fast-growing Japanese Kudzu to curtail soil erosion, so now we have the legacy of that too.
More checkpoints on the way back. This time they were checking bags in addition to IDs, looking for drugs. Again, no real ...
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