Dhevaraj Hotel

Address: 466 Sumonthavaraj Road, Nan, 55000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 466 Sumonthavaraj Road, Nan.
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    Travel Blogs from Nan

    Permaculture Project

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Sep 23, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    We've come to the very north of Thailand to visit a Permaculture Project called Sahai Nan. Being at SahaiNan was great! It was really good to get away from the city, and to be able to help, even if it was only for a couple of days. The guy who set this project up has only been here for less than a year, but all the basic facilities are in place. There's a large kitchen area with seats and a table ...

    Beautiful temples

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Dec 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... sold as souvenirs stopping Thailand.

    The walk to the bus station found us gawping at a beautiful white temple and another that was completely gold in color. Neither featured in the Lonely Planet, leaving me questioning whether the writers had ever been here? It's a shame we couldn't give this place a chance but we felt like we were unwelcome, and sporting a nasty cold I really didn't feel up to making any ...

    Wrapping Up the First Semester

    A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on Sep 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... like these classes. These are the kids I have sent through walls and taught hi-five, fist bump. These are the ones that will scream across the campus to get my attention just for a wave and a smile. These are the ones that put up with my crazy trial-and-error while I worked out how to even start to become a teacher; the ones I made sing their national anthem cuz I panicked and had nothing planned the first day, the ones I expected too much from ...

    Things I Love Around Here...and Others Not So Much

    A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on May 28, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the day and they are right in the middle of town, which is on the way to most other destinations, making it easy to pop in and grab a kilo (about 5 fruits) of mangoes for 15 baht (fifty cents). The fresh fruit range from ordinary - apples, bananas - to extraordinary - jackfruit, mangosteen, rambutan. Students in the Hallways - even if they can be a handful in the classroom, in the hallways the students wai (a greeting with a bow) to you as you pass. They ...

    Friendly Nan

    A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on May 31, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... gens chaleureux, la bonne cuisine et de jolis paysages.

    Thailand was our first country since leaving Europe where we didn’t need a visa. We crossed the border easily enough and there was a minivan waiting for enough people to head to Nan, our destination. After 15 minutes we headed off on the 3-hour journey (Thailand is also our first country that drives on the left). We could tell pretty quickly that Thailand was a richer ...