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Travel Blogs from Mae Sot
... were just left in the hospital because the parents couldn't afford to keep them. Another baby was the ninth child and the mother died in labor. He is only 9 months and sat in my lap for a cuddle - dear little baby. The father left the baby there as he couldn't afford to look after 9 babies...so so sad. They have a much better chance at life now with these very special people - they really are quite incredible..words can't describe..
Tomorrow at 3pm I will be picked ...
... the Saturday market. The market on the border is targeted to people who are crossing into Myanmar, which include Thais, Burmese, tourists on "visa runs", and whole slew of others. It has just about anything you could possibly want from electronics, to small appliances, to auto repair items to food to souvenirs. And in fact it is actually a pretty good place to find souvenirs as they have good variety, the prices are reasonable and it is much more low key ...
... in the road....and there it was....Russ's "next life" ticket as he meets the horrified look on the face of another biker heading straight for him! All I can say is, thank "Buddha" it was only another biker, as we tend to have very quick maneuverability on those things compared to a car and the guy somehow managed to swerve quickly enough to avoid him. (That was the first time I have ever heard a Thai person speaking frantically about anything as he flew by me!) As for Russ, ...
... full of live animals for sale such as toads, terrapins and fish. All of which will be cooked and eaten. There was also many fried bugs on sticks a delicacy in Mae Sot that we could not bring ourselves to try as you had to buy bags of 8 or more!
We decided to stop at a small food stall in the market for lunch. Apart from the smell of fish surrounding us and the look of amused shock on the women's faces as we sat down it was very nice food. We had to ...
... the dark, TPM and I walked arm in arm as she held on tightly to her purchases. Another young girl, thinking I looked wobbly, clutched onto my shoulders guiding me over uneven, slippery terrain.
Upon returning to the hut, we were invited up the ladder once again. Grandmother presented many beautiful hand-sewn bags. TW’s brother gave us a very special plant known for its lovely, fragrant blossoms. My family and ...
Other places to stay in Mae Sot
373 Moo 2 T.Pratardpar Dang, Mae Sot | Hotelfrom $25