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- High-speed internet in room
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Panorama Hotel Mae Hong Son
Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
... Hong Son before dusk. It's quite a small but very pretty place, there looks to be some amazing temples that look tiny, almost toy-model like bat the edge of a simple, but near-perfect lake. A guesthouse marked on our map was our choice, and it might be the reason for Mae Hong Son's positive write-up: a small place which no had stayed in for a while apparently, with nice rooms but most notably the friendliest of hosts, offering us free fruit, water, tea, coffee throughout our stay ...
... find a huge land split across his farm. No earthquake, rain or flooding, it just appeared, destroying his crop and income. Scientists believe it occurred from water pressure under the ground. The first split happened in 2008, reaching 2 metres wide and 11 metres deep. As the years went by the land split extended and widened. With an entrepreneurial mind, the farmer took a bad situation and turned it into a something positive.... As we arrived he ushered us to sit down and relax. ...
... 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 ...
... Chinese, the people, the houses, the restaurants, the goods on sale. There are chalets for rent. It is totally aimed at tourists. Thai, I think, mostly. The people are the descendants of the nationalist army who fled after their defeat by Mao in the Chinese civil war. There are also quite a few Burmese refugees in the area after the troubles there. Some of the roads were built, with forced labour, by the Japanese during their push against the British in ...
... rolling around and diving in the dead leafs! It was time to get in the boat, the boys were up front, the German girl and I in the middle and the guide at the back steering. We had been on the water for a few minutes, enjoying the scenery when I heard a splash- Paul was in the water!!!! Wetting myself laughing, we pulled him in then had to rescue his flip flop from the water! He said we hit a rock whilst he was unbalanced. The scenery was beautiful, forest all around us, men with ...