Linden Bed and Breakfast

Route 5, Box 2810, Farmville, Virginia, 23901, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Farmville

Heading out tomorrow!

A travel blog entry by marksmb

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I am hoping to have time to keep up a travel blog so that friends and families of travelers will know what we are up to. Of course, I am at the mercy of the Internet which does not always work at our hotels. But I will do my best.  I am sure the students are ...

We are in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by marksmb

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... sticky rice...and all is very cheap. My pad Thai with shrimp was just over two dollars. We were just about the only non Thais in the group, as this is not a place tourists would discover easily. We tour Bangkok tomorrow...protests are not really getting in the ...

Flights/Food/Housing

A travel blog entry by marksmb

... br> Parents...note that there is no wifi at our hostel, unless it is newly added. I will send a text to our lead parent! And she will email you for me.

Our first excursion will be to a food night market...the way the Thai's eat. We will be one of few non-Thais there. My favorite spot is an award-winning Pad Thai stand where a plate of Pad Thai with shrimp is about $2.25! Mango sticky rice and Thai donuts for dessert and I will have ...

Getting packed/More about our program/Protests

A travel blog entry by marksmb

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Getting ready to take students to Thailand for a study abroad program. We have put about 25 contact hours in already learning lots of information about Thailand and SE Asia. Topics have included:

A. Geography of SE Asia
B. Introduction to Thailand and its economy
C. Economics of rice, government policies, and how it relates to protests
D. Economics of international trade and trade in SE Asia
E. Market for counterfeit goods and their impact
F. Economics ...

Paroled at Last!!,!!

A travel blog entry by honestman

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... this is, peaceful, country like, and insignificant.

Interestingly, Wilmer MacLean, who could claim he owned the house the war started and finished in, was a sugar merchant from Scotland. I knew we would get in their eventually.....

When the two sides decide to meet Gen Grant sent someone in to the town to find a place to meet. The officer found only negroes wandering about. (the town of 1800 people was nearly 60% slaves) ...

Location

This B&B, located on Route 5, Box 2810, Farmville, is near Civil Rights in Education Heritage Trail.
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