Nim See Seng Hotel
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... for the second time again purchasing items in order to take photos, they didn't appear to speak English so we didn't get to ask them much.
We had been worried that by going there, we were adding to the mistreatment of them but we were assured that all the money from tourists get split equally between the tribes; whether it does or not is a different matter.
It was a real eye opener and I'm really glad we went, they were the nicest people ever.
... she asked me if I could walk alone there. A few minutes later she asked me if I wanted to go to the night market to do some shopping again I told her that I just came from there. The third time she asked me if I could walk alone to the market I sarted beeing a bit confused, was it my english or hers that created this constant questioning ?When she asked me if I could go back to ...
... m glad i saw the golden triangle but there was not much else to do in the area. We found a minibus that could take us back. It was a long journey with lots of traffic. We went to the night bazaar and had a really tasty hot pot meal where we had boiling water in a pot with meat eggs veg and noodles to cook into a broth. It cost £1 each and we loved it. There were alot of mosquitoes about that night i got bitten a few times. There was a wedding party ...
... was soo good! After breakfast we went to class where we learned
about the village and how they live and about their diet. Their village is very
touristy because where we are staying it is specifically for tourist to live in
a home stay, which I found very interesting because I did not think the village
people would like tourist but I think it is more for making extra money since
picking tea and coffee beans does not bring in that much.
At breakfast we ...
... 8217;s natural beauty. The past three days of adventure and sightseeing in a more 'off the beaten path’ style have exceeded my expectations. I continue to be overwhelmed by the kindness of the people and the landscape that surrounds us.
After a 2 hour transit we arrived at Khun Sa’s training center. Again we were the only tourists (amen!). This is where Khun Sa (King of Opium) trained his military from 1976-1982 until he was forced into Myanmar by the ...