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- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
... going again using a spanner as a replacement gear-lever. The Model A Ford of Roger Anderson also had to be towed up a steep hill by Clerk of the Course John Spiller. Hans Middleberg’s Ford Mustang, is being repaired in a local workshop after breaking its rear axle – several cars have suffered axle issues on this event – but the Volvo PV544 of Nicholas Pryor completed a steady run through the Test this ...
... fixed the problem, we just ran the unit in fan mode for the night, not wanting to risk any more water. Like I said, today was about finding the right mindset. I am certainly glad that we are taking this loop. This feels a lot more like what I did in Peru and what we did in Europe. We've definitely not been slumming it and in fact we've gotten to stay in some pretty nice places. I just needed to remind myself that luxury and comfort are not always the same ...
After yesterday's slog, I went to the bus station and to confirm my options. Apparently a van could take me and my bike from Mae Sarieng if I wanted. This was a comfort. Decided that I'd go that far, and then reassess whether to cycle or van it back to Chiang Mai. Other than that, ...
... down hills. The heat and hills combination proved to be very challenging. Prior to this, I'd only ever had one or the other. It was super scenic though. After 4 litres of water, some sweet potatoes, a cob of corn, some sticky rice and 6 bananas, I finally arrived at my destination: Mae Hong Son near the Burmese ...
... asked to pose. Eat your heart out Kate Moss. Franki then settled down to a session of serious Skyping and Facebooking as the birthday wishes poured in. She was reduced to sentimental tears when she read all the kind and loving words from her friends around the world. In the evening we hit town. Or at least we hit as hard as was possible in a small corner of Northern Thailand. We stumbled on Fern Restaurant where the food turned out to be superb but the bonus was a background ...