Wattana Village Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Adult pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Wattana Village Resort Mae Sot
Travel Blogs from Mae Sot
... top down and be ready by 9:30am, and sure enough, 3 police officers in police car with flashing lights, arrived to take us on to Mae Sot. Just a couple more photos with everybody’s cameras and phones and we were on our way.
The way I see the events of the last 18 hours, is that the people involved with our accommodation and travel in Kamphaeng Phet, were having as much fun as we were. To the officers and people we ...
... alleyway and its just madness. As soon as we got in our "room" alone, we looked at each other and were just thinking oh my god, what have we got ourselves into?! This big dirty, shed has been converted into a maze of rooms where the 12 young children, the mother (German lady) and father (her Burmese husband), his sister who cooks and her two babies and various volunteers live, alongside 20 dogs, 10 cats, 50 ducks, 30 chickens, and a ...
... Lukas, are getting much better about sitting through these LONG bus rides.
Upon our arrival into Mae Sot, my friend Pharanee was patiently waiting for us and took us to a lovely Canadian/ Thai restaurant in town. We then drove to the Sanctuary, about a 45 minute drive outside Mae Sot, very close to the town of Phop Phra. We were given a lovely yet simple room to sleep in, perfect for us. When we woke up after a fairly restful night, there they were once ...
... of traffic was on foot, peddle bike of some conversion or another, or jalopy (see photos). An ugly garbage dump surrounded what should have been a feature pond in the middle of town. This trash heap was a trip low point for me, reminding me of the mountains of refuse we saw in Guatemala. While we focus on domestic waste reduction in North America, the rest of the world is drowning in rubbish; particularly plastic packaging.
... very moved by these acts of kindness and thoughtful consideration for our needs and comfort. Foreign missionaries and teachers do come into the camp, but our visit was a big event in the simple lives of these refugees. Credit for many of the photos goes to Scott, who, like his mother, is a gifted photographer.
We all agreed that while conditions were poor, the elevated
homes were clean and insect-free. Powered by ...