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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai
... all of a sudden. "Cock-a-doodle-dooooo". Ear splitting.
It's a good thing we had all gone to the restroom!!
the driver was transporting a fighting rooster to a small town. A guy comes up to van on a
scooter. He has a dog between his feet , he tucks the box with the rooster under his arm and
off he goes.
we seen the box back there but we didn't see any holes in it. Roy's still laughing!
An Artist decided he wanted to make a Wat , he has been 20 years creating this one and has
another 20 years to finish it.
Everything is white and silver. It really is lovely.
As you walk in the gate you must ring the bell 3 times for entry.
then you start walking the path and you must go by Hell and see all the people that did not
make it to heaven.
Then its up up up and over ...
... hand the bike back, grab my bags, and make our way back to the station. We returned to a favourite chicken satay restaurant we had visited before, but due to it being Buddha day, a lot of places were closed, including this restaurant. So we ended up next door, which wasn't a bad thing as we had a delicious duck Tom Yum soup, and cooled down our mouths with some coconut ice cream. There were no problems dropping the bike back, apart from the massive downside of having to carry ...
... needed to be dosed up on Dramamine or Bonine, did so before we left for the Golden Triangle. The trip to the Golden Triangle took about 1 hr. I slept on the way so it did not seem long at all. Aj. Jo Jo made arrangements for us to take a boat over to Laos. The Golden Triangle is where the 3 countries; Thailand, Myanmar & Laos are joined together at the Mae Kong River. We had a boat all to ourselves and they gave us a boat tour of the shoreline of all 3 countries. We ended at ...
... we thought he had not understood us. When we had finished at the Golden Triangle we sat & waited for a returning one but after a bit over an hour none had arrived. We managed to find someone that could help us & sure enough, the last one had been at 12 midday. In order for us to get back to Mae Sai we had to catch a mini-van to Chiang Saen, which is in the opposite direction, wait 1/2 hr to ...
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