Ayatana Hamlet & Spa, Chiang Mai

99/9 Moo 14 Suthep Road, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 99/9 Moo 14 Suthep Road, Chiang Mai, is near Siam Rice Thai Cookery School, Wat Umong, Rose Garden, and Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiang Mai

    Community health in Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand on Jan 27, 2014

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    ... work.

    We then prepared some of our gifts for the students and faculty here. Kelly and I also started to pack...it might be quite the nightmare trying to get everything back (especially with gifts being received from the farewell party).

    Tomorrow we will visit an orphanage and then the westernized hospital Chiang Mai Ram.
    Only two more days before this trip is over. I can hardly believe it!


    Redeeming the Tower of Babel

    A travel blog entry by captainjacke on Jan 13, 2014

    2 photos

    ... to fully understand the message of instructions. The language barrier makes it difficult to gain understanding of why something is done the way it is done. It is an unusual challenge that compounds the difficulty of learning nursing clinical skills. Sometimes I battle the frustration of the language barrier, but other times I rather enjoy the continual game of charades and linguistic gymnastics.

    Today I was assigned a Chinese ...

    Into the Thai Jungle (en/pl)

    A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers on Jan 02, 2014

    1 photo

    ... komórkowy (notabene od kierowcy…), a nam wiatr rozwiewa włos i wyciska łzy z oczu. Podjeżdżamy pod budynek „Policji Turystycznej”, gdzie miły pan w uniformie robi kserokopie naszych paszportów (kartoteka turystów wchodzących na teren parku i dżunglowe ścieżki), ostrzega nas przed schodzeniem ze szlaku, każe powtórzyć numer telefonu ratowniczego i przyrzec, iż będziemy mieli zawsze przy sobie ...