Mae Hong Son Mountain Inn & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... park alternatives came up with a place called Thom's, housing a family of three elephants adopted into the Thom family for three generations. Good reviews and stressed assurances that they treated the elephants well seemed good enough for us. Arriving at Thom's Elephant Camp we met the owner who explained and arranged everything for us. We would play, feed and hang around with the elephants for a while (something that anyone could do for free if they were visiting or passing ...
... had a sound reputation, however from what we saw, we could not agree. Three very large elephants were sanctioned to a very small area, not even big enough for them to turn around, and one in particular was nodding its head in frustration. A couple of tourists had just been for a bathe with one of the elephants and were now feeding him bananas. At the same time they were asking him to make noises. One thing we learnt at the Elephant Conservation Centre in Laos was that if an ...
... going again using a spanner as a replacement gear-lever. The Model A Ford of Roger Anderson also had to be towed up a steep hill by Clerk of the Course John Spiller. Hans Middleberg’s Ford Mustang, is being repaired in a local workshop after breaking its rear axle – several cars have suffered axle issues on this event – but the Volvo PV544 of Nicholas Pryor completed a steady run through the Test this ...
... Hong Son is a much larger town. Our hotel is only about a block from a small lake. The streets around the lake are shut down at night and another night market takes shape. Vendors ring the lake and I pig out on more street food. We watch a woman make dumplings by cooking a rice flour slurry on small platter. The hotel is nicer than the previous night's although it still features the all-in-one bathroom design. This one at least has a curtain. The experience ...
... in the background. i can't stop thinking how similar it looks to colorado. i felt right at home. we hiked around for a while talking about life differences between the US and thailand. fay lived in the US for nearly 10 years, so he completely understood when i talked about how hard we have to work for so little vacation. after the canyon, we went to the pam bok waterfall. we sat on the bank eating lam yai (fruit similar to lychee) staring at the rushing river. ...