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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Glacier Hotel Khon Kaen
Travel Blogs from Khon Kaen
... 100 Baht for foreigners and only 20 for Thais. This goes against our belief. So we are left wandering around. I did find a pot of real Twinnings English breakfast tea though so that is a plus point. Time to leave this city first thing in the morning and find another gem.
... I most literally embraced sabai sabai when the woman that I stayed with told myself and my friend (we both stayed at our house) to "sabai sabai hah nahtee" (relax for 5 minutes) in the two hammocks before we rushed back to start doing actual academic work in the afternoon. This was a gentle reminder that I need to find time to relax and simply enjoy Thailand amidst the chaotic schedule that I have on some days. Additionally, after sabai sabai time, I worked ...
... for the rest of the morning and emerged from my room for Thai. I didn't really have an appetite for most of the afternoon, but I did not think much of it. I assumed that I was dehydrated from the increased temperatures in Khon Kaen recently, and after drinking water for most of the day, I felt better by the evening. I went back to the mall with my roommate and the cash transaction for the laptop went smoothly up until I asked for the receipt ...
... We also received plastic roses and little V-day cards from some of Jen’s students. They were so cute! That evening we accompanied Jen and Jeff to a dinner that was celebrating the end of Sports Week. This was a massive event in their town. Anyone who is anyone was there. There was a huge stage with a band, Coyote Girls (Dancers), numerous bottles of Beer and Liquor for each table, and so much food! The Thai’s really know how to put on a good party! ...
... the universal hand sign of a fist with a protruding thumb and pinky held to the face. She dialed the number on her cell phone and handed it to me. Shortly after that Rob was back at the airport to pick is up. He drove us to one of the children's homes they have for kids affected by HIV/AIDS. It is in walking distance from the hotel we are staying in. You never know what to expect from hotels in other countries. This one is really nice. We slept from 2 pm yesterday to ...