Iyara Lake Hotel & Resort

Address: 55 Moo 4, Uthai Thani City, Uthai Thani Province, 61000, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 55 Moo 4, Uthai Thani City.
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      The finale

      A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on Jun 23, 2014

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      The final month in Nakhon Sawan did not fail to disappoint (as if it ever would have). I decided to commemorate Nelson Mandela day (18th) with an English project for my secondary students. The theme was 'My Role Model', and using Mandela as my shining example, the students all chose a personal role model to create a short spoken presentation or written profile on. The aim was to receive an endless stream of work on important figures who have positively influenced the ...

      Month 10

      A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on Jun 01, 2014

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      This month couldn't have had a better start than with my 19th birthday celebrations. I had a fantastic weekend thanks to some special people, a lot better than I thought it would be considering I was away from my twinny. The following weekend the Nakhon Sawan princesses finally left our comfort zone by actually visiting a RURAL project. Nonbuadaeng, Chiyapum, Issan. It was touch and go as to whether this prinny would actually survive the horrendous car journey there, suffering ...

      Back to reality/PLEA FOR 10K RUN

      A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on May 07, 2014

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      ... gone missing') therefore it would make the most logical sense for us to continue teaching here.

      Don't you dare forget to donate to the worthiest of causes, a quid, a fiver, every little will help make a difference to someone's life forever. So, please take a few minutes out of your day to click some buttons and aid the change of a child's life for the better. It really is amazing how far a small amount of money in the UK can go in Thailand. I urge you to help me ...

      Travelling

      A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on May 01, 2014

      18 photos

      ... insane. Basically just THE biggest water fight you could imagine with music, foam and a cheeky Chang; the classic 'only in Thailand' can be identified with Songkran. I would without doubt return to celebrate its unique festival again and again. Special events like Songkran explain why I bloody love this country so much. I also tried to be the best tour guide possible by organising us textbook tourist excursions like Tiger Kingdom (although I would never want to ...

      Halftime

      A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on Feb 04, 2014

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      February, you've been class. Started the month with more Chinese NY celebrations (the Gwen Stefani inspired hairstyle has been a lifelong aspiration) as Ellie and I ran the annual English camp at Wat Kirriwong for our beautiful novice monks. 7 other PT vols came down to Nakhon Sawan for the weekend to help out at the camp which was great. We loved (perhaps a little too much) showing off our fantastic city, especially at its peak of Chinese NY. The English camp itself ...