Mae Salong Villa
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... well, and looked sparkling white again. It seemed like no time at all before we arrived at the Police Station in Muang Phrae.
Just a I hopped out of the vehicle the Police Station seemed to be crowded with Police, "Well, take you pick" I said to myself, hoping I’d strike someone who spoke English. I had You’s mum Yupin’s address on my phone and her number. She was phoned and we were given a ...
... passports out & they gestured that they didn't need to see them. However, they checked all the locals IDs. There's not much at Mae Sai itself but foreign visitors are allowed to cross over to Tachiliek in Myanmar by presenting their passports & paying a fee. Traffic lines up all day to cross the border, then at 6pm when the gates close, there is nothing, except for food stalls up the side of the road. ...
... time of year isn’t peak season for tourists or backpackers, but this place was quiet. Not in the nice kind either. The kind where you feel alone. We went to a huge shopping mall, and we kept getting stared at, but in a way where we even entered shops, and the staff would stop what they were doing and watching us as if we were painted blue, running naked through their ...
... Me. I didn't fully understand the meaning, but after some research, I think I've figured it out. I think it means that under the Buddha, there are no real heroes in life, and no one to stop bad things from happening. But, if we talk about our issues (for example, if Bush and Bin Laden had talked peacefully), then we can prevent the killings of innocent people. We then headed to the Black House Museum, which was exactly the opposite in appearance of the White ...
... thought we wanted to put it on an xmas tree, we then went on an 2k mini trek to a huge waterfall, the trek was fun with lots of little bamboo bridges over the stream leading up.
On the way back we we encountered a huge snake in the middle of the road, Helens mum would have had a fit if shed seen it.
All in all we liked Chiang Rai but most of what its well known far away from the city itself.