Mandarin Khao Yai Hotel

118 Thanarat Rd., Thambol Moosri, Pakchong, Nakorn Ratchasima, 30130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 118 Thanarat Rd., Thambol Moosri, Pakchong, Nakorn Ratchasima, is near Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden, Chain of Lakes, Byerly's, and Cedar Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima

The Vacation that would not Die

A travel blog entry by christenson on Oct 04, 2014

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... is a Somalian holiday; which explained the incredibly high amount of traffic, as well as the difficulty in finding parking and making our way through the mall. We went to Nickelodeon Universe via the American Girl Doll store and attempted to pick a ride we would all enjoy. We finally settled on the log ride. Andrea, the only one who had previously ridden the ride, assured the others that we wouldn't get too wet, and then ...

The Week of Adventure!

A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 14, 2014

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... that is about 10km from Keith’s house and where we stopped about a month ago with our host parents on the way to Keith’s house. After hiking through the cave, we made our way to Chiang Khan (where we went the first night with Yui). Chiang Khan is located on the Mekong River, which is the border between Laos and Thailand. We walked down to the river and waded in to cool off on this blistering hot day, but unfortunately ...

Being ill when abroad is not the one

A travel blog entry by the_schwerz on Feb 01, 2013

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... Why are we so different back home? Yes I know what a rubbish economic climate we're in back in England, but why do we complain when we have so much more than these people I'm meeting here? I've always tried to keeps things in a positive light but I also know that I've failed to do so with some aspects in my life. I want to be more like Thai people, do you not? From then we then went on to see Pete's son Danny at his school. I know what you're thinking, back in England if ...

A chance to catch some breath

A travel blog entry by fafeita on Jun 19, 2011

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... the not so stylish bar frequented by the locals, and the various accommodations that housed Kathleen during her university years. A stop for lunch at the famous Bo Diddley's followed, then a visit out to St John's University where Kathleen also studied. If St Joseph is a town surrounded by wilderness, St John's is immersed in it. The lakes and trees that populate the grounds promote the kind of learning environment many strive for. As a ...

Day 151 - Train in the Night

A travel blog entry by craigadventure on Jun 11, 2011

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... that somewhere at the first train station in Laos, the rest of the travellers had been directed to an exit customs official or window of some kind. We were the first ones off the truck along with this other couple, received our tickets and walked away to sit and wait (an hour) for the first train to depart (unknowingly, we’d be the ones sprinting to the finish!).

The couple agreed with us that we saw no sign of customs officials at the first train ...

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