Address: 18/9 Jamthewee, A. Muang, Lamphun, 51000, Thailand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by erinanded on Jun 28, 2015

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... to see that the Obamacare plan was upheld by the Court. And, the Confederate flag is coming down around the South. Hopefully the hate that accompanied the flags will also dissipate....although it is perhaps a longer road to travel.
We are leaving some amazing friends. I have been teary eyed as we walk around the moat bidding our friends farewell; the Have a nice day lady; the Cat lady, the bald pharmacist, the Khao Soi ...

Chang Mai, vraie capitale du Nord,capital of the N

A travel blog entry by maa3 on Feb 28, 2015

5 comments, 5 photos

... du Nord, annexiant ainsi, dans l'harmonie le Lana à la Thaïlande. Mais Chaing Mai est toujours consciente de sa particularité. Hier, j'ai mis 8 photos sur le blogue, une seule a passé... Je vais essayer de faire mieux aujourd'hui. Today we visited a museum that informed us well on this city, its history and its culture. Formerly it was the capital city of the Kingdom of Lana up to the time when the Burmese invaded ...

January 26, 2015

A travel blog entry by kate.berkheiser on Jan 26, 2015

... between nursing homes in Thailand vs. America are the requirements for placement in a facility. In Thailand, being homeless is among the criteria. In America, we do have homeless in our facilities, but it is not a requirement. A question I have about this is if people who really need care in a facility are turned away if they do not meet this requirement? I would hope not, especially if the means are available to care for the person, but I'm not exactly sure. ...

Breaking News: Rachel Vogt Played a Sport

A travel blog entry by rachelvogt2 on Jan 22, 2015

... little things I did take for granted and the way people act here as compared to home. There will be plenty I will miss.

At noon, we all headed down to lunch. I was expecting some sweet & sour chicken, chicken and broccoli, wonton soup, or spring rolls. Not even close. I walked in to find some soup that had broccoli, carrots, chicken, cauliflower, corn, and some green leafy things along with a dish of noodle-looking things and egg. What. You're apparently ...

Sawadee Thailand: Long necks, temples and markets

A travel blog entry by richie.turei on Jan 10, 2015

40 photos

... in Chiang Mai. Down the road there is one that runs for part of the week. There is a Night Bazaar. There is also a few smaller ones scattered around. Then there is the Saturday (and Sunday) Walking Markets which are pretty cool. They are pretty impressive. An entire street busting with stalls. I had the best dumplings I have ever eaten. Hands down. They were amazing. On another note, I had read somewhere about the national anthem ...

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