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Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
... fog billowing from various corners. Emerging from the cave on a bamboo raft with our guide carrying a kerosene lantern and seeing all of this transported me for a few minutes into a different time and space. It was such a unique and magical experience. We say and watched them do a few takes and set on off down the funnest road I have ever had the pleasure to drive. It's one of those Roads that at the end you just need to get off your bike and jump up and ...
... wooden coffins believed to be 1500-2500 years old. The waterway through the cave is full of huge hungry carp, the locals consider them sacred and do not eat them.
All is well. We love the Thai people. They are kind, considerate and really make us feel welcome wherever we go.
forgive the spelling error, this iPad is hard work!
2/1/14. Today we fly to Luang Prabang Laos
... home grown and excellent. Arrived Mae Hong son at 7 pm and booked into promising hotel. Turned on aircon to hear cat noises in ducting . Front desk could not remove cats so changed rooms to a triple king size bed. No cuddles that night. Early start for a town tour in the rain.. temples etc then hit the road. Stopped for caves and markets tasting some exotic delights but refusing quite a few. Sutthi purchased his tea but deep fried chicken heads and feet did not appeal to ...
... to consider how norms like this play into more significant social and historical contexts. In Khun Yuam, I believe that we came across one such example. The Thai-Japanese Friendship War Memorial Museum was a strange and insightful exhibit. It presented an alternative view of the World War II Japanese invasion of Southeast Asia that we were completely unfamiliar with. It was surprising really, considering we had only ever heard about the brutality of ...
... like a plan for us, so off to the raft we went!
It ended up to be awesome. It was like something out of a real life disney adventure. The guide leads you onto this skinny little bamboo raft, just wide enough for our feet and most of our butt, they shove us off into the dark with only this little lantern, and we are clueless as to how this guy steering the raft has any idea where he is going. But somehow, he manages to get us to a place where we get off to ...