Piyaporn Place Hotel

77/1 M.1 Phaholyotin Rd. Wiang Pang Kham, Mae Sai, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

Mahout training - I tried. Barry succeeded!

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places


... the back of the head of her elephant like a pro. Barry needed just a bit of help. For me they had Bo actually lie down and 2 mahouts boosted me into position. Ah, so far so good. And then sweet Bo stood up. OMG!!!! In the last few years I have broken and sprained my R foot, blew out my R knee requiring surgery, and smashed my wrist from just standing and falling for no good reason. So, I became terrified up there, NOT happy. ...

Myanmar (Burma)

A travel blog entry by new_lands


I can't believe I'm right at the Burmese border, I never thought my journeying would bring me here but I suppose there have been many changes recently!

I checked out of Thailand and crossed over to Tachilek in Burma via a bridge and the usual border signs for leaving and entering which I love, it always fills me with such a sense of excitement. As I am not on my own with my bike it's also my ...

China and Burma in one week

A travel blog entry by efopreis


... the wrong way we buy the best roasted chicken ever! Stuffed with galangal and lemongrass. Along the way to the first village we find the perfect spot to eat it: a broken down shed with amazing mountain views (and a lot of ants). This is a great early lunch (or second breakfast) in nature. The villages are mostly Akha and we see a few interesting gates, one of which has a dead furry animal on top of it. The slopes are filled with tea and coffee plantations and in the villages we ...

To Keng Tung via Tachileik

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


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Interesting Day in Burma!

A travel blog entry by ulka


... dusty places they seem to accept their way of living. I suppose that in the time of war, just to be alive is enough. In the time of chaos and political instability, just to survive another day of peace is a miracle, the answer to prayers.

Tachileik reminds me of some places in India. Noise, pollution, luck of awareness of environment, colorful people living in extreme condition. Burmese’s government will have full ...

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