Maingam Resort

Address: 37/11 moo7, Maingam, Tak, 63000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 37/11 moo7, Maingam, Tak.
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Travel Blogs from Tak

This too shall pass...

A travel blog entry by shiftinggears on Feb 14, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... challenges, by simply placing one foot (and one peddle) before the other repeatedly, I did eventually crest the top. From now on, I know that I am capable of getting myself and my heavily loaded bike up and over long steep hills, with a little perserverence and a patient understanding that "this too shall pass". Cycling is, of course, a metaphor for life.

I'm a Teacher!

A travel blog entry by yearinthailand on Aug 30, 2010

1 photo

... stared at us. Tak Pittayakom has 2,700 students and 110 teachers. All of them were very interested to see us. Some of the students were shy of us and others (quite a lot actually) loved to shout 'Hello!' to us whenever we walked past. We left Chat and Tay who went to do there own thing and met Pee Neng who took us up to the English office were we met all the staff. All of them were really friendly! They ...

Dengue Fever

A travel blog entry by wandering_man on Jul 19, 2010


... one of my students had both of her parents die of dengue (both younger than me).

I am discharged, but still a little weak. Feels like I don't get enough O2 from my breath. Folks say it wil be 3-4 weeks before I am 100%. Brief small exertions every day. That's it.

There will be no dengue photos--you'll thank me for this, ...

How have we avoided overnight buses for so long?

A travel blog entry by bass_ke on Nov 06, 2009

... starting to get lot's and lot's of random stuff to bring home.

We were back at the guesthouse at about 1730 and at about 1815 the mini bus rolled up to take us to the bus stop. Everyone inside the mini van looked just as sullen as us about making the journey overnight in what was sure to be a bust struggling to stay on the road driven by a 12 year old wearing a back to ...

Have car, will travel .. to Tak

A travel blog entry by lisa_nz on May 14, 2008

... don't want (or it isn't safe) for the car behind you to overtake. Once we got out of Chiang Mai, we found the roads excellent to drive. They are usually two lane, dual carriageway roads, and the driving is generally OK and predictable. The biggest dangers are the bloody dogs all over the roads as you go through the smaller villages, and the crazies in the oncoming traffic that overtake on blind corners. Argh! ...