Centara Hotel & Convention Centre Udon Thani
Travel Blogs from Udon Thani
... little coffee place.
We then picked up 3 more people and headed to Nouk's home. She has set up the school (with help from an Australian friend ) in her front yard and when we arrived everything was ready for us to start preparing our meal.
Firstly we prepared Mok Pa which translates to Fish in Banana leaves, then Laap Gai which is a minced chicken salad with banana flower. While ...
... and peaceful but occasionally we got some very odd looks, Udon Thani in general is not particularly popular with foreign tourists and it seems this temple is even less so and as the only white people there we were a bit of a spectacle. After spending some time looking around and enjoying the peaceful surroundings it was time to head back into the car.
Emily was driving for the trip between the wat and the Museum. She was somewhat surprised to come across a roadblock ...
... Kok Si Village, about 25 minutes away from the university.
One of the most exciting things from this past week has been eating actual spaghetti. If you are wondering why I would not have eaten Thai food for a Friday night dinner, I eat Thai food almost every day for at least lunch and dinner (sometimes for breakfast as well), so it is nice to have a change every once in a while and have Western or American food. Since I have been in Khon Kaen, there has been a sign stating that ...
... car... in Thailand and many other developing countries it's in descending order. Here the right of way is who ever has the most damaging vehicle.
*Note: cars drive on the opposite of the road, British style. The driver's seat is on the right side.
If a car is drifting or turning into your lane have no fear, simply drift into the adjacent lane, even if it's designated for oncoming traffic!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service