Hut Ing Pai Resort
Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
... and coffee shop. We went upstairs, were looking over the menu when a small kitten came up and started rubbing his head on our feet. Knowing how much Trevor likes cat fur, it chose to rub itself all over him. It even came up on his bench and rubbed all over his shirt for good measure. Trevor gave in to the cute face and pet the kitten. I gave it some milk foam from our drinks. Trevor had to stand up to get the kitten off his ...
... and cave but for foreigners it would be 100 baht (cheeky sods). The National Park is very pretty and walking around there are hundreds of fish to feed, we are following another group of people around looking for this so called fish cave only to find what can be described as a hole in a side of a wall or cove, Paul pointed out this was not a cave by any means and had his sad face on after learning that this really was it.
After the disappointment of the fish ...
... a life time experience as according to the zoo
facts there are only about 180ish left in the world.
Time in Thailand has come to its end, so after a sad good bye
beer with Sean & Anna I headed back towards Bangkok to catch my
flight back to the land of Aus. Thailand is an amazing place and I
recommend everyone to go, I know ill certainly being returning again
for a holiday some time in the furture.
... a long ride through the mountains. I chose a green automatic bike and accessorized it with a green helmet. Anaise rode blue on blue and Patrick was red on red with Julie on the back of his bike. Julie didn't want to drive, and Patrick had a 1200 cc Harley Davidson back in France, so he was the best candidate to have a passenger. The ride was exhilarating! I love the freedom of moving through the wind, and this was on windy steep mountain roads, windier and steeper ...
... were big hulking grey elephants. Up close by the feeding platform, off in the distance in the trees and down by the river which encircles the park. It was amazing to see them so close and so free.
The first day was quite easy because we were more like visitors and were taken to feeding time, bath time and on an elephant walk. Unlike the day visitors, however, we were forced into a massive water fight at bathing time – luckily no one got a ...