Travel Blogs from Mae Sai
... Pancakes take a long time to make you know" Seriously! Pancakes are like the easiest thing to make. So I asked for a couple free coffees to kill the time while we are still waiting. When the food Finally came out after 45 minutes, Justin got one pancake that was about 6 inches in diameter and my French toast (although a larger quantity) was completely deep-fried. The supervisor came out and apologized repeatedly. She charged us only half the price for our ...
... on the Saturday which involved a night market, lots of food and everyone dancing in a circle. The dance moves were out of this world, it involved everyone doing the same single movement for the entire song then the track would change and the dance would slightly change direction or movement. I've learnt some sick new moves which don't even compare to the knee tap and slap. Sorry again for the lack of photos, hoping to get a new camera in Laos capital ...
... elephant pants and have commented on how comfortable they are so Greg and I bought some tonight. Needless to say, they were right. I love mine.
We checked in at the hotel around 9:30 pm. Jip's cousin just opened up a hotel in November so we were one of her first guests. The hotel was beautiful and we enjoyed the accommodations. Pictures will be included in tomorrow's blog. We had a long but enjoyable day.
... than they already knew. First each of us introduced ourselves. I got carried away with the question why we were there and Thom faithfully translated. The photos show us in groups where one child was blindfolded and had to draw an elephant. Then the Earthwatch member was blindfolded and had to write the names of the parts of the elephant. It was so funny to do, and the kids would guide my hand to the right place. We were all laughing. So cute!! ...
... two main camps where the elephants live with their mahouts and their families near by. It is is the end of the monsoon season and we have had beautiful weather except for a few mid-day downpours. We had to slog through mud for 15 to 20 minutes to get to the elephant camp the first day, but it is beginning to dry up, thankfully. We have what we call our mud shoes and our clean shoes.
Our very favorite elephant is Am. She has a VERY fuzzy ...
Other places to stay in Mae Sai
299 Phaholyothin Road, Mae Sai | Hotelfrom $18