Dusit Hotel

Address: 1784 Yuwapattana Rd., Muang, Sakon Nakhon, 47000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1784 Yuwapattana Rd., Muang, Sakon Nakhon.
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    Travel Blogs from Sakon Nakhon

    I will never think of rice in the same way again

    A travel blog entry by lizandgary on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 76 photos

    ... of water and told to go join them. OK so I knew rice just didn't appear in a bag on the grocery shelf but didn't know it would be almost as tall as me and needed to be cut halfway down where the green meets the gold..grab a bunch with the sickle grab with your left hand above there and cut and repeat until you can't hold any more then lay it down in rows but not very long rows..then you start a new one. Lots to learn and ...

    Homestay's over run with Monkeys!

    A travel blog entry by sammylf on Nov 15, 2012

    80 photos

    ... alive, all tied up by their feet, hopeless! Then the barbi! A whole chicken! Somehow squashed and put on a stick, it smelt divine! Me and Sammy shared one, these chickens aren’t as big as the ones at home, the legs probably have as much meat as one of our wings! But it did the job! I even tried the neck! Weird taste and even the texture, all stringy and weird! So after this we had to go to the market to get food for tonight! Our Lao tour guide was cooking for us at ...

    Northern traverses

    A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Sep 04, 2012

    36 photos

    ... months in a tiny town in Alaska, it is a real kick to the senses when u are confronted with the hordes of Bangkok. hell just the airports in Seattle and japan were enough to give me a case of the heebie jeebies, let alone the swarming, pulsing, sweating masses that inhabit this place.(please insert the welcome back Karter music here).

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    Catching up

    A travel blog entry by psbrouwer on Apr 12, 2012


    ... earthbagger was within range, the one they call Gabriel (pronounce Gabrielle please). He was working at an organic property/farm where I pitched in a few days and took a bamboo skills workshop. Lots of fun with fellow workers swimming, hotmudding it, sharing food, and learning about permaculture. Leaving Pai was even more hair-raising than getting there. The journey was in an aircon minivan; with this type of travel comes compulsary ...

    Home again

    A travel blog entry by joefeather on Apr 28, 2011

    15 photos

    ... where I saw the ruins of old city structures. One day I want to return to Sukothai to your the ancient cities history and architecture. On the way to Phitsanulok, I decided to stretch my vacation out a little more and chose to head to Pataya to see my friend Steve who had a house down there. I got on a 1st class bus next heading to Bangkok. While at the bus station I watched 8 guys push and jump start a tour bus. I realized that my ass was getting flat from all the sitting ...