Navy Home Hotel

Address: 94 / 6 Moo 3, Tambon Wiang Road, Mae Sai, 57130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 94 / 6 Moo 3, Tambon Wiang Road, Mae Sai.
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Travel Blogs from Mae Sai

A World Of Its Own!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Mar 28, 2014

... had the choice of paying 500 Baht or $10 which we worked out $10 would be cheaper with the exchange rate, but we didnt have any so had to pay the 500 Baht instead. They then took a photo of us and stuck it in a visa card which was like a passport. We ha to keep it on us all day. They kept our passports which when leaving they would exchange for our visa card. We werent allowed to leave the first city unless we had a tour guide.

After 20 minutes ...

Crossing the Border

A travel blog entry by dmauger on Jan 25, 2014

26 photos

I just want to start with a funny story from last night. We were all sitting around the table for dinner when a girl mentioned her wedding dress. Suddenly I found myself in a swarm of terms for dresses that I had never heard before as the girls conversed. I started fake sobbing and complaining that I was the only guy on the trip. These are the moments where I die a little bit inside being around girls all the time! On the whole though, this group is great and we have a ...

Life and Work in Sop Ruak with Research Scientists

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places on Oct 29, 2013

3 comments, 46 photos

... a bit of litter, a LOT of dogs who live, apparently, in the streets but are not threatening or scary at all, also cats! Sweet cats who love our left overs.

I retract my previous statement that it is "third world" because we do have electricity and no squat potties, and there are many telephones. Now the wiring situation is simply out of hand. Several photos will show you, and some lines are lying on the ground.


Golden Traingle

A travel blog entry by kelsey.pedlar on Sep 02, 2013

Today is the day we get to conquer the Golden Triangle! For those of you who don't know the Golden Triangle is formed by the meeting of Thailand, Laos, and Burma. After a delicious breakfast we walked across the street and got on some long boats that took us over to Laos. It was just a small island designated for tourist, but I got the stamp in my pass port proving I was there! We shopped around a little and I got some great souvenirs to ...

Golden triangle

A travel blog entry by nikki_m_33 on Jan 30, 2013

8 photos

... a tenna. Kitti says its not very nice once you cross the border tho, people are a lot more pushy its like a different world in the space of a few metres. We then visited the golden triangle where the three borders meet, Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. Got a fab photo, the golden triangle is a piece of land shaped like a triangle in the middle of the Mekong river which separates the countries. The Mekong river is also home to the worlds largest catfish, grows up to two and a half ...