D'Ma Hotel

Address: Cheeta Khorn Road, Khon Kaen, 40000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cheeta Khorn Road, Khon Kaen.
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        Travel Blogs from Khon Kaen

        We are living in a House!!

        A travel blog entry by eburrell on May 10, 2014

        36 photos

        ... is an interesting mix of Hot Humidity and sudden outbursts of Heavy Rain. Snakes are now showing themselves. Just yesterday I saw my first 4 foot snake. Up to that point I haven't even seen a wild snake in Thailand... It was quick- so I better keep my eye out. We have a gigantic Wolf Spider living in one of our bathrooms. It is also very quick, but luckily doesn''t move too much and ...

        A Week to Remember

        A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Nov 24, 2013

        ... I could potentially be going to after Peace Corps started releasing job assignments in September. Uganda was on the list, but I thought there would be a possibility that my departure would get pushed back (due to the shutdown or surplus of applicants). I also said I wanted to leave at least a month after graduation (I graduate May 11th) and Uganda leaves June 3rd, but it would have only been a week more that I had at home, so I am warming up to the fact that my ...

        Sex Worker Interviews, Site Visits, and Serenity

        A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Sep 17, 2013

        ... not have for the rest of my life and the opportunity to have that interview made me really appreciate why I chose this program for study abroad since it really forces everyone to interact with members of the Thai population to gain a greater understanding of public health in this country.

        Three days after our sex worker interview, we went to Dton Mun, a sustainable agriculture community about an hour away from the university. Before 2004, the community ...


        A travel blog entry by zmbrown on Jul 04, 2013

        12 photos

        ... of Peter and Lynleys work. Following the temple we went out to see the first of two business adventures. Tranzsend has not tagged their names to these initiatives and uphold the locals as the empowered people to take ownership. The first was a farm for breeding Quails to sell the eggs. It was in the process of being built. The second was a Mushroom farm where they were just coming to the end of the spores needed to grow new mushrooms. These ...

        Welcome to The Land of Smiles

        A travel blog entry by epiceuroasia on Feb 19, 2013

        4 comments, 73 photos

        ... was less exciting than expected. Half of the hike was by paved road at the hottest time of the day which was very tiresome. But it was worth the walk after we arrived at the waterfall! It was very cold water which was welcoming. We enjoyed this day overall and had a pretty rough night dealing with heat stroke.

        By the way, if you ever come to Thailand DO NOT drink the beer called Chang! We found out the hard way that 1 beer can make you drunk (which ...