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Travel Blogs from Nan
... was worse than Kunming almost. A pretty,neat,freindly and interesting town,and maybe slightly eccentric but this is Thailand so by what standards?
The Nan white temple which was the inspiration apparently for the Chiang Rai white temple
was absolutely amazing. Completely covered in releif sculptures not an inch to spare,some of them ...
... 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 ...
... I'm allowed to be bad at things and make mistakes. When I give the kids something that is too easy or too hard, they can't demand to talk to my manager or call my director that night and ***** for 30 minutes about how I can't do my job. They do what I say, try their hardest, and do it all with a smile (for the most part). I go to lunch with my boss every day and thoroughly enjoy our time together. We talk about our weekends, our families, Thai oddities and never ...
... 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 ...
Late in the afternoon on Friday, we all (Nancy, Steve, Nine and I) piled into Steve's red monster truck (with full back seat) for a trip to Nan province in the eastern, mountainous part of northern Thailand and then all the way across the country to Mae Sot, on the border with Burma. Nan is where Nine was born and raised, and it is little-visited by ...
Other places to stay in Nan
99 Yantarakitkosol Road, Nan | 2 star hotelfrom $23
119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan | Hotelfrom $14
466 Sumonthavaraj Road, Nan | Hotelfrom $23
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 Khaluang Road, Naiwiang, Muang, Nan | Hotelfrom $41