Taweechai Resort

Address: 60/6 T.Maepa, Mae Sot, 63110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 60/6 T.Maepa, Mae Sot.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sot

Dag 19 - Mae Sot - Pre Burma rustdag

A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 19, 2015

... arrows as part of the planning for the sudden re-route.

While most crews chilled out today by the poolside taking in a warm sunny day, there was just one car still undergoing an overhaul in the car park this evening. Our photo shows the crew of Car 6, the Bentley eight-litre of Peter Pollet and Alexander de Groot from Belgium who were toiling over radiator repairs. The front of the Bentley was stripped out, after a local ...

Another night

A travel blog entry by leanneforbes on Jan 13, 2014

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... get warm at night with not enough bedding...and tomorrow I will finally get to the school.

I rode the bike around the village this morning and checked out the local school - lots of vegetable growing and rice paddies. Went to market this afternoon with Sweet and bought blankets - it was the western most point of Thailand and an immigration check point between Burma and ...

Mae Pa

A travel blog entry by leanneforbes on Jan 13, 2014

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... taken to the school/farm. It's about a four hour drive away with spectacular views and scenery. Sweet says it is on the top of the mountain with views of Thailand and Burma and Karen state. Over 1000 turns to get up there...It is near a small village called Ta Per Poo which is about an hour or so away from Umphang. I will be teaching Karen adult teachers English and also students but I will also have a chance to cross the border to Burma with Mrs Nana as she goes there every ...

Mae sot monkey

A travel blog entry by izzy35 on Jul 06, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... she was ADORABLE she was only3 months old, we had to change her diaper, give her a bottel, and give her love.We helped cut up the fruit and vegetables and put them into baskets for the gibons.

(This was one of the highlights of my trip.)


Mae Sot Refugee Camp -part 2

A travel blog entry by ecrompton on Dec 27, 2011

9 photos

... juggling a ball made of bamboo, parted to allow us passage down the deep-rutted mud path. As visiting foreigners with white skin and taller in stature, our presence certainly stirred a lot of interest. Six-foot Scott towered over the children as they skipped alongside the gentle, happy giant.

The last traces of sunlight remained to reveal a mottled sky, but the pace did not falter. We were on a mission and by golly ...

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