Mae Meoy

Address: 300 Prasatvithee Road, Mae Sot, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 300 Prasatvithee Road, Mae Sot.
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    Travel Blogs from Mae Sot

    Dag 20 - van Mae Sot naar Mawlamyine

    A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 20, 2015

    14 photos

    ... tarmac main road north. Being so close to Chinese New Year meant that the street parties continued as we passed by and crews were serenaded by traditional bands, dancing dragons and wildly cheering children.

    There have been a few problems today though, David and Jo Roberts suffered minor mechanical problems at the border in their Sunbeam Alpine and Hans Middelberg / Jurgen Grolman were forced to call a truck after suffering ...

    Mae Sot, close to the border!

    A travel blog entry by rophetveld on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... friends. Have so many good memories for the rest of my life. Learned so many life lessons. This was also the start of my trip. Although I didn't write or say anything about it so far, I have to admit, the first few days were not that easy. You arrive in a new, strange country, by yourself, don't know what to do and where to go. Everybody tries to scam you and just wants to make money. Don't know who to trust. Because of all the new impressions, I couldn't sleep very ...

    Bangkok to Mawlamyine via Mae Sot

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and lost our first passport photocopy. That didn’t take long. After descending from the hills we stopped briefly for a quick leg-stretch and a carwash, before, after another hour or so, pulling into a small roadside joint for some lunch. We were treated, for two dollars each, to a feast, with fishcakes and curried eggs, morning glory, curried cauliflower, broad beans and various leaves and chillies, served with all-you-can-eat rice. We were going to enjoy Burmese ...

    Mae Sot Macaroons: A fine desert to a great meal

    A travel blog entry by sklitgord on Jul 05, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... as a table where all of the pots with food was located. On the other side was some old office furniture, which functioned as dining tables for people to sit.
    We looked at all the dishes, and just had them serve us one bowl of each item to try. As with all of these simple and undiscerning places, the food is always fantastic and full of amazing flavors. It was definitely worth crossing into Myanmar just to have lunch (and get our visa's re-stamped). We ...

    Mae Sot Refugee Camp -part 2

    A travel blog entry by ecrompton on Dec 27, 2011

    9 photos

    Monday, 12-27-10
    Part 2 Mae Sot Refugee Camp

    After about 6 hours of travel, Billy began giving us some helpful hints and last minute instructions. Nearing the camp, the checkpoints were more frequent and while we were always waved through-we were prepared not to speak or reveal our destination. The camp was visible from the road and not separated by a wall or barbed wire as I expected. The refugees are forced to ...

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