Homestay And Guesthouse Manida

Address: 84/1 M007 Ban Non Toon, Khon Kaen, 40260, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 84/1 M007 Ban Non Toon, Khon Kaen.
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      Travel Blogs from Khon Kaen

      Khon Kaen

      A travel blog entry by steve_m on Oct 29, 2014

      10 photos

      ... at the back of the bar which he tells me he keeps as a library for his regulars to borrow and return. I explain that I am a once a year regular and he is happy for me to exchange the books that I have brought to refresh his stock. I leave 5 books, take 9, and will bring another 5 that I have in the room tonight.
      Back to room briefly then we head out to go to the market. This is a great place and we both wish we could pick up the ...

      The real Thailand

      A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Feb 22, 2014

      38 photos

      This city is great if you like a cheap room, no tourist activities or attraction whatsoever, maybe get some paint or repair your bike. Otherwise.... we are bored, it's 30+ degrees in a place that does not have much. We found the national museum which sound promising until the front ...

      Re-Embracing Sabai Sabai

      A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Oct 23, 2013

      ... I most literally embraced sabai sabai when the woman that I stayed with told myself and my friend (we both stayed at our house) to "sabai sabai hah nahtee" (relax for 5 minutes) in the two hammocks before we rushed back to start doing actual academic work in the afternoon. This was a gentle reminder that I need to find time to relax and simply enjoy Thailand amidst the chaotic schedule that I have on some days. Additionally, after sabai sabai time, I worked ...

      Lost In Translation

      A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Sep 08, 2013

      ... agreed to talk to the people at the store, but it still took three different Thai people at the store to understand the one woman on the other line who speaks Thai fluently. They eventually came to an agreement
      that I could pay for part of it and then get the rest the next day.

      On Tuesday, I woke up with a terrible headache. I am not the type of person to skip class, but I could not go to lecture since my head was pounding. ...

      Welcome to The Land of Smiles

      A travel blog entry by epiceuroasia on Feb 19, 2013

      4 comments, 73 photos

      ... We really enjoyed our time in Jen’s classroom.

      That afternoon we enjoyed another Thai Massage in Jen’s village. She was nice enough to teach the woman running the massage parlor how to ask certain questions in English related to the massage,(ie. Does anything hurt? Will you change into these clothes please?) They were so grateful to Jen they gave us the “friend’s discount” and we were given a 2 hour message for 200 baht ...