Bann Tazala

Address: 55/5 Moo 1, Chiangmai-San Kamphaeng Road, Chiang Mai, 50000, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 55/5 Moo 1, Chiangmai-San Kamphaeng Road, Chiang Mai, is near A lot of Thai, Baan Thai Cookery School, Chiang Dao Cave, and Wiang Kum Kam.
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      Not quite 26 days...but content with my 15...

      A travel blog entry by joanknab on Feb 11, 2015

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      ... for a day, a week, maybe a rare few for a month, whatever they desire.

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      Back at the ashram!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Feb 04, 2015

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      ... near her apartment first, then the rest of us killed time at McDonald's until sunrise. I walked over to Warorot market where the yellow songtails (regional taxis) are stationed. On the way I came across many monks in their orange robes, barefoot, with a helmet sized metal bowl slung over their shoulders. They were walking about town for alms giving. I did see one elderly couple ok their knees bowing with their hands in a prayer position as two monks received food from them. ...

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      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... the traffic zooming past, led by men holding pointy sticks. We even saw a tiny baby elephant chained to what we presume must've been its mother. It was so sad to see.

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      YVR to Hong Kong to Chaing Mai

      A travel blog entry by heathalproch on Jan 13, 2015

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      ... explore local temples and highlights and the following day we hope to meet the tribes people and the elephants in the hills near here. Tonight we had a casual but totally delicious meal with beers - about $20Can! Chaing Mai is a bargain town -sort of a combination of India and Maxico in some ways. Today was our first ever exposure to Thailand and so far we do very much like the people and the culture! Cheers from ...

      Waiting For A New Beginning

      A travel blog entry by faitheisenberg on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... each of them, and did my best to repeat their names. I feel a little insecure about that because I know that Thai is tonal, and if I mess up the tone I could be saying something completely different! But thankfully I made it through the name repetition without any mishaps. I continued to talk to them, and found that they were kinder and funnier than I expected them to be. They also used each other continually as a resource for the English words they ...