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JBR-Thailand/Singapore Nov. 2012 Chap. 2: Mae Hong Son

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JBR-Thailand/Singapore Nov. 2012 Chap. 2: Mae Hong Son

Flew to Mae Hong Son via Kan Air in a small plane with great mountain views and a dramatic landing. We were met by our guide, Charlie -asianwaytours@hormail.com, and the 11 seater van and driver. What a lovely way to go! We checked into Fern Resort (beautiful) with great accommodations right along the water on one side with rice fields on the other. We met about our itinerary and off we went. Starting off with a delicious lunch at Fern Restaurant, we visited the temples in Mae Hong Son near the lake, visited a mud "spa" (Pooklon) and did a facial and went into the mineral waters (great views), ate dinner at the night stalls and bought a lantern and sent it off near the lake and the night market. The next day, we went to Mae Surin waterfall, to see the Mexican sunflowers in bloom in the surrounding mountains and to the newly rebuilt WWII museum-Khun Yuam Near Mae Hong Son. It had not "officially" reopened, and was pristine and well organized, with English info and a good video. We then returned to MHS and regret that we didn't just go back to Fern Resort and have a relaxing dinner there and maybe a swim. We went back to the market for dinner and walked around a little, but were tired

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1. Re: JBR-Thailand/Singapore Nov. 2012 Chap. 2: Mae Hong Son

Thanks for your report, there's not many on Mae Hong Son and it sounds like the Fern Resort is a place we'd like.

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