Silver Reef Bed & Breakfast

Address: 338/8 Prajack Rd., Udon Thani, 41000, Thailand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 338/8 Prajack Rd., Udon Thani, is near Phra Thinang Wehart Chamrun, Phra Thinang Aisawan Thiphta-Art, Tevaraj-Kanlai Gate, and Ho Hem Monthian Thewarat.
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        American Geography and Thai Silk

        A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 24, 2014

        23 photos

        ... market after the park got too dark which was full of wonderfully cheap merchandise and sleazy, fat, old, bald white men that came to Thailand to marry some beautiful young Thai girl. Scott and I counted 30 of these old men when we were at the mall that afternoon, but there were too many to count that night. After we all decided we were tired and needed some rest, we went back to our hotel. It was a wonderful hotel, equipped ...

        Tasty Thailand

        A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 10, 2014

        26 photos

        ... 8221; or fried rice is often served as one of the dishes in a meal.

        Along with the rice, every meal consists of a variety of dishes that always seem to be more delicious than the last. They usually are some sort of meat, typically chicken, pork, or fish, and vegetables with a sauce. There are always several different dishes to choose from at every meal, and every meal seems to be an array of food that could be enough to serve the whole school and ...

        Watt shall we look at?

        A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Sep 30, 2013

        2 comments, 16 photos

        Watt is the Thai word for temple, hence another terrible pun.

        My friend from school Four, invited me to go to temple on Sunday to give offerings to monks and then I had the fortune to visit about 7 more on a Rotary day trip.

        We line up along a road to give offerings and Four tells me that Buddhists believe that what you give to monks will be with you in the afterlife (or next life). So ...


        A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Aug 09, 2013

        4 photos

        ... fried pork, fried egg, duck meat, fried fish with cucumber, vinegar, chilli sauce and cubes of spiced pig blood. Yep ate that. My host mom orders a dish and I ask to try... It looks like green pepper or celery. She warns me that its bitter. I start chewing with a smile and everyone at the table watches. All the sudden it hits me and I guess my face dropped because the whole table started laughing. The next morning (today) we drive and pick up breakfast to bring home: ...


        A travel blog entry by mbseb on Apr 15, 2013

        ... way of doing things. We had a grill placed in the middle of the table. It had kind of a round top in the middle, where you grill the meat, and around it you have like a "moat" that you fill up with water. You then put in lots of veggies, noodles and meat if you like (and for example tiny squids, that Poo put in, and ate) and let it cook. We didn't care so much for the seafood, but had pork! You just sit there grilling your own ...