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Between the carved iron wood pillars ,doors,and pictures. Then you have the murals on so many
temples. Then the scrolling and whatever the curling things are on the corners of the roofs.
There are small colored mirrors implanted for dragon scales . They are also above doors .
The artist are truly talented
We had a very strange experience today.
... pee break and then back to Rhonda for some more fun on the open roads. I must say, overall the roads were in very good condition - possibly the best roads we've been on in SEA. Once we'd left the mountainous roads behind we had to join the main road going north. Going from hairpin bends and sweeping racetrack curves to long mundane stretches of road with nothing but dusty towns to view was a bit of a come down, but there didn't seem to be any other way. When we arrived in Chiang ...
We're heading for the border at Taschilek today to cross over. We stopped to visit one of the hill villages today just outside Keng Tung. We started to walk and stopped at a little school - a little wooden building with about 25 kids of various ages but mostly younger. They were reciting their own alphabet but Jenny thought she would check their English knowledge with the chart on the wall. They ...
... and snake add to the whiskey.
After our shopping adventure we went for lunch. We at a restaurant on the Mae Kong River. The food was wonderful and my soda craving is being satisfied this year. It has been difficult over the years to find diet soda in Thailand. I cannot drink regular soft drinks as they are too sweet. This year everyone is carrying Coke Zero. I do not know why they did not carry Diet Coke in previous years but I am not complaining this year. In fact, my ...
... escape as did the Taiwanese. We had a traditional Chinese lunch and continued on to see the tea plantation on the hillside. Great views along the snakeing road, on this mountain. After that we headed to Chiangsaen to see The Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Laos, Myanmar meet on the Mekong river, Here, the Opium trade and smuggling used to be the main industry. Now it is banned! Spent the night at Mae ...
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299 Phaholyothin Road, Mae Sai | Hotelfrom $18