Mekong Sunshine Resort
Travel Blogs from Ban Sop Ruak
... gain, and rough jungle terrain. That being said, it was also the most beautiful. We must have passed through a half dozen distinct climates and landscapes: steep rock strewn slippery mud, picturesque golden bamboo and slate gray bouldered meadows, open grassland where the trail was tightly bordered by 6ft walls of tufts, dark dense jungle with hanging vines and mysterious massive craggy limestone structures, lush tropical hillsides sprinkled with wild banana trees, and finally ...
I spoke in length to one of the lovely doctors Dream (a FY2) who is at Phrao hospital for a year. She tells me while the experience is daunting, it is valuable learning which I definitely agree. She also tells me how she has to make do with what limited resources they have. I found the doctors and nurses warm, friendly and ...
... His family now lives on government welfare where they receive THB1300 (approximately £26) monthly allowance for a family of three.
Initially Beer was unable to attend regular follow-ups with the neurologist in Chiang-Mai because he did not have the means for transportation. Since Warm Heart has gotten involved, he has been able to attend ...
Today we took a day trip to Chiang Rai. We stopped at the hot springs first. Then we headed to the white temple which was quite spectacular. It the inside was not impressive. We then took a boat trip around. The colder triangle where Laos, Thailand mad Myanmar meet on the Mekong river. We stopped in Laos to do so e shopping in the market and visited the markets that border Myanmar. We then visited a hilltribe village and the long neck ...
I had looked forward to this since day one. Barry was kinda iffy about it. Bev said "no way", We were taken to the wonderful Anantara Resort, were given mahout pants to put on and then met Ake, the head mahout in this adventure, probably because he spoke excellent English, Turns out he was also very sweet and VERY good at making sure everyone was safe and had fun learning to be a mahout. Well, most everyone, He asked, on the ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking