Homestay And Guesthouse Manida

Address: 84/1 M007 Ban Non Toon, Khon Kaen, 40260, Thailand | Hotel
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      Community Spirit

      A travel blog entry by mikeandnat on May 01, 2014

      10 photos

      ... trip, I can't explain why, I don't think their is any need to either, we had a beautiful time, and in reflection, the more we think about it, the more beautiful the memory becomes, so we will do it justice and use our learnings in our future. We headed to Bangkok, for a day of gift shopping, with a couple of selfie treats mixed in, before heading out of South East Asia, via Singapore, and into Japan for a whistle stop tour of the Central Japan, our final destination on this wonderful ...

      Khon Kaen, visas, holiday ...

      A travel blog entry by steve_m on Oct 28, 2013

      26 photos

      ... then back to the room for another shower. It is still only 13:30 and it is starting to get a bit warm for aimless wal;king around so I stay in the room for a bit and watch some French rugby on Eurosport.
      A bit later I take my case of books and walk about 1/2 mile to No ! Bar where I usually exchange them. For the last couple of years the owner has been telling me, when you come next time I will have sold up and moved on, this year ...

      Sex Worker Interviews, Site Visits, and Serenity

      A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Sep 17, 2013

      ... of the treatment. However, I was very impressed with how happy the individuals were that stayed at the wat for treatment. It was also really cool not being able to really know who had cancer there, since each patient comes with a caretaker, and you can not tell any visible side effects of treatment, as you would be able to with chemotherapy.

      For the remainder of this week, I have public health lectures and Thai. Then, I will be going to one of Thailand's old capitals this weekend.

      Welcome to The Land of Smiles

      A travel blog entry by epiceuroasia on Feb 19, 2013

      4 comments, 73 photos

      ... the next two days. The children were super cute and friendly and EVERYONE is smiling at all times. They were able to ask us numerous questions in English, and in return we gave them cookies as an incentive. We also taught them “What time is it Mr. Fox?” so they could work on their English numbers. We also had a cultural exchange! We taught them our American “Chicken Dance” and they taught us their Thai Chicken Dance! By the way, theirs is so ...

      Culture Shock !

      A travel blog entry by seabream on Jan 28, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... my usual comfort zone, tired from the flight, anxious and almost nauseous.
      You get the stares and the smiles, this will take a little getting used to, just need to relax and smile back.
      A delicious noodle soup with pork lunch was around 80p.
      Dinner was at a lovely restaurant by the lake, set around a large pond with cascading water, a mix of gentle Thai/western music being sung live. It came to ...