Mae Hong Son Mountain Inn & Resort
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... removal. While the reports that removal causes suffocation are apparently a myth, it does feel like forcing an unfair choice between culture and liberty. Ultimately, I accept that it's a complicated issue and I respect the choices of the women and of those who do chose to visit. From my perspective however, I feel like while the villages may be the lesser of two evils for the women involved, I still don't want to financially support an evil. I do that enough in my own ...
... performed a “mut gai” ceremony, which is like a
blessing ceremony to give me good luck and good health. I used to do it with Mum and Dad but now I'm old enough to do it by myself. For my one he used chicken, and for Mum, Dad and Lola he used pork. So now I have white cotton bands around my wrists that my great grandfather
tied. It is common in Northern Thailand. Thanks for all the comments, here are some more ...
... atop a mountain we saw Myanmar! We road fast and furious through the winding alpine trails as the leaves fell in swirls around us, with the warm breeze rushing through our hair only broken up by the occasional waft of smoke caused by fires on the aide of the road. seeing some breathtaking rolling hills and performing some gravity defying uphill climbs. We found an abandoned ruined temple where we lit candles and just took time to let the moments of ...
... struck. We turned the contents of our bamboo hut upside down, but Georgina’s money and passport were no where to be found.
There was little that could be done, there was crazy talk of going back to the waterfall to look in the dark, but thankfully it never came to that: Georgina and Diana were prevented by dodgy torches. All that could be done was to leave details with the tourist police, look up a solution, and go to ...
... them after we had dropped close to 400 m over 15 km. By then, we were sitting in a roadside cafe chatting with a local rodeo cowboy (yes, Thailand has cowboys... and rodeos). Realizing that it would take us a couple of hours to backtrack by bike, we decided to ask our new friend for a lift. After all, it would only take about half an hour in his pickup truck. His response, "I think you would enjoy more to go by bicycle", saved him from having to ...