Baan Prachan

Address: 13 Papraw Rd., Paded, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Chiang Mai, is near The National Museum Bangkok, National Gallery, Temple of the Great Relic (Wat Mahathat), and Ta Prachan market.
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      Trauma 2

      A travel blog entry by tw1220 on Jan 12, 2015

      3 photos

      ... students but since I
      do not know Thai, I really just stood there for respect. After the ceremony we
      headed off to the hospital, when we arrived the nurses were giving report so
      our instructor Ajan Nim explained things. She told use about a patient who did
      not speak Thai and was from a village who was bit by a scorpion and was in a
      lot of pain but unable to communicate with nurses ended up going to the
      bathroom and hanging himself, in America you ...

      Bangkok madness

      A travel blog entry by fiestasynergy on Jan 02, 2015

      1 comment

      ... fantastic hotel room. It seems like a mini suite compared to what we have been staying in. Complete with a huge king size bed, a pillow menu, surround sound, a bathroom I could host a party in and a complete kitchen I could cook for a full family with, we are very happy. The hotel is not a far walk from a major shopping mall. Once we were settled in we walked up to terminal 21. A mall designed off the major airport terminals around the world, complete ...

      Chiang Mai

      A travel blog entry by mktravels on Dec 30, 2014

      8 photos

      ... first excursion was to spend several hours in an elephant training camp. What was particularly nice about this camp was that the elephants were treated better than other similar places we had visited in India. All the baby elephants roam free, and after each adult elephant ride, the mahouts walk their elephants down to the river for a swim with babies in tow.

      K, who ...

      Elephants!

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Nov 10, 2014

      ... one of the others also had his tusks hacked off. Then there are two that do have tusks - one that has quite long tusks and the other that is still such a baby that his tusks aren't very big. So none of them tight each other, because there are no 'equal' or 'fair' matches to have a fight with. It's very genteel of the elephants.

      The guide talked about the one elephant in particular that they have who has long tusks and how they ...

      Khao San Road

      A travel blog entry by amytag on Sep 19, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... an infamous Thai 'bucket' - a bucket literally filled with booze and ice. A few drinks and bars later I had turned into a wild bucket crazed hooligan, and spent the final hours of the night in 'Happy Bar' making friends yet again, this time with a Thai couple. It wasn't until 2 hours later when the police showed up and ruined the party, insisting the bars along Khao San Road closed, when we went onto the street to hail a taxi home, that ...