Travel Blogs from Mae Hong Son
Jour 4 –Chiang Mai – Mae Hong Son (lundi 16 décembre 2013)
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Quelques heures de route vous mèneront à Mae Hong Son que vous visiterez (son temple sur
la colline, le lac…). Radeau de bambou au départ d’une grotte plutôt impressionnante, ce
serait la plus longue du …
This is a crazy world. The Thai's medicine man's stuff seemed to work, she says happily.
24 hours later I find myself on the back of an elephant in the jungle!
We awoke early to meet our guide "Ball". He picked us up and took us to a local mans homestead where we road his elephant for 45 min to get to the riverside. From there we …
I am so happy that i survived this day!
My pharmacist friend Anna will love this one. My dear hubby developed a relationship with the local Thai pharmacist trying to cure me. He was there 3 times and was handed the feared little bags of unnamed pills to try to cure me. The Imodium had run out and the electrolytes were a godsend!
I Hadn …
Pai to Mae Hong Son, is well known as one of the most spectacular drives in Thailand. Whoever came up with that assumption had definitely done it themselves! I can't imagine that trip on anything other than on scooters or bikes. It seems like so much would be missed, unless you had a lifetime to walk it, or serious time to mountain bike it. The …
Our journey to Mae Hong Son took us up and over two ranges of mountains as we headed northwest from Thaton. The road winds it way around 1864 curves through the town of Pai and onward to MHS. Travelling this road is an experience one lives to "brag" about...not unlike living in -40 degree weather. It wasn't exactly fun or pleasant, but it was …
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Set in the middle of rice fields, these little bungalows offer more privacy and peacefulness than you can imagine. The sunsets were spectacular, and the setting like a dream.
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