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... This centre was also founded by the Princess mother to help others understand her hard work over many years, resulting in the trade in opium gradually being eliminated in Thailand. She encouraged the local people to stop cultivating poppies and switch to cold-climate plantation. Orchards replaced the opium fields and poppy farming became a thing of the past. We spent nearly two hours reading and taking in a lot of information, and it was now nearly 6pm. We weren't far from the ...
... looked sparkling white again. It seemed like no time at all before we arrived at the Police Station in Muang Phrae.
Just as I hopped out of the vehicle the Police Station seemed to be crowded with Police, "Well, take you pick" I said to myself, hoping I’d strike someone who spoke a little English. I had Youi’s mum Yupin’s address on my phone and her number. She was phoned and we were given a Police escort right to her ...
... the only one in Thailand. It looked like a fairy palace from Disneyland. It was closed for entry that day. The Asian tourists loved it!
All these stops were only about 20-30 minutes because we had to cover over 600km in the day!
On to the Mekong River for a boat cruise to see where the three rivers meet an the border for the three countries of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. We saw an island they called The Golden Triangle where they used ...
... 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 ...
... we asked the security if he could not stamp us out of Thailand as we only started our 30 day visa the day before entering from Laos. Plus we would only be in Burma for 6 hours, and wasnt sure whether we would get another 30 days if we got stamped out at that boarder. He obviously thought we were cheeky to ask so to annoy us he slammed the stamps into our passports.
We then moved onto buying the Burma visa where the security were really ...
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