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Travel Blogs from Nan
... life in the different tribes. There is a large mahogany staircase up to the second floor where there are displays of weaponry, religious artifacts, and the huge black tusk that is apparently the town's symbol. I have been trying to find hill-tribe jewelry and folk art without any luck. There are places that claim to have such things, but they turn out to have junky manufactured stuff and nick-knacks from China. I found one store with a case of ...
... Yeah, Miss Mode, I want that too. * 4/7 - I said goodbye to my students and got a full two breath whine (literally, it was so long they had to pause to breathe halfway through) after announcing it was our last class. Then the girls on the left side of the room all made heart shapes with their hands - "Teacha we love you!" * My students finally have the confidence to come up to me and have a conversation in very VERY broken English. One of ...
... a song to the king and listened to the daily announcements. I had period one off and basically sat at my desk, wild-eyed, for 50 mins, just hoping I had 200 minutes worth of lessons in my head for the day. The bell rang and my next door neighbor, Christian, and I walk to the room where we will be splitting a very novice group of 40 14-year-olds. I take my 20 to another classroom and dive in. I start by having them tell me their nicknames and write them ...
La Thaïlande était le 1er pays depuis l'Europe pour lequel on n’avait pas besoin d’un visa, nous économisant une page de passeport. On a traversé la frontière sans problème et un minibus attendait d’avoir suffisamment de personnes pour faire la route pour Nan, notre destination. Au bout d’un quart d’heure, on est parti pour un trajet de 3 heures à travers la jolie campagne thaïlandaise (c’était aussi le 1er pays qui ...
... life in a Lao villiage. As part of an initiative to open Lao to tourists and help local villiages earn an income. This town boasts a large concrete and metal tower that allows tourists to sight elephants should any turn up. There is however one hurdle - the guides speak little to no english - thats where we come in. We have volunteered to teach english to the guides and homestay families in order to make the tourist experience more enjoyable for ...
Other places to stay in Nan
99 Yantarakitkosol Road, Nan | 2 star hotelfrom $23
466 Sumonthavaraj Road, Nan | Hotelfrom $23
119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan | Hotelfrom $14
141 Pua-Namyao Rd., M. 4, Xilalang, Pua, Nan | Hotelfrom $12
229 Moo 4, T. Phasing, A. Muang, Nan | Hotelfrom $17
371 Moo 6, Nan | Hotelfrom $31
1/11 Kua Luang Road, Nan | Hotelfrom $41