Mae Hong Son Mountain Inn & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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700kms and a few thousand hairpin bends later we completed the Mae Hong Son loop! Following the same road throughout from Pai we rode through the mountains to a town called Mae Hon Song and continued to Mae Sariang the following day. After spending the night we completed the loop by returning to Chiang Mai. Each place was around 150km apart and the journey was fantastic, our bike we named Layla was up to the job perfectly and the roads ...
... so I was pretty excited to see my grandparents and cousins. We got on a tiny little plane to go to Mae Hong Son. It only had 12 seats, and I could see the pilot up front. I thought it would be a shaky ride but it was very smooth. We had some great views.
When we landed at Mae Hong Son my grandma and uncle were there to meet us. I ran to meet them and I was very happy to see them. We stopped off for a late breakfast at a little street stall in Mae Hong Son. ...
... cute Thai children dressed traditionally. Nhu gets scammed for having her photo taken with them, much to her annoyance. hehe
There a mountain top road which we can't resist .Going up, the scooters struggle but the views are worth it. Absolutely stunning !
Arriving in Mae Hong Son, and hunting for a guesthouse, a woman approaches us, as she has heard we ...
... to go up some stairs to sit on the floor because there were fish tanks below us which was just amazing! I loved it, looking down on all the beautiful fish swimming around the lovely plants in a big underwater maze. The tables were all very low and the triangle cushions were so comfy. I felt very at home and relaxed. We had some red wine (french) to toast our lovely visit to this area and played cards until 10pm. Got home drunk, slept in my ...
... saying, "No, we don't have Coca-Cola" or some other such thing. Where we most often run into trouble is when we ask people about things that they seem to feel they should know the answer to, but don't. Thais will not usually admit to not knowing an answer. Instead, they will either tell a little white lie or they will evade the question by changing the subject or ignoring the inquiry altogether. For example, asking a Mae Sariang local who'd obviously never been ...