Nakhon Sawan Lagoon

Address: 135 Moo 10 Jakawal_Road, Watsai_Muang, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 135 Moo 10 Jakawal_Road, Watsai_Muang, Nakhon Sawan.
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Travel Blogs from Nakhon Sawan

The finale

A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on Jun 23, 2014

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... skills, but learning something new about the world they had no idea about before. We had the pleasure of taking part a final event with the orphanage, funded by SET sponsorships, at the beautiful park in Nakhon Sawan. It was a celebration day for the orphans, basically them cycling around the park and stopping at each 'station' for a game. The orphanage is a beautiful by-product of SET and the women who run their events are amongst the angels of the earth. I ...

Month 10

A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on Jun 01, 2014

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... their teachers reflects the level of respect for teachers in Thailand. It's worlds away from the UK education hierarchy. And it's wonderful (for teachers). The ceremony provided a perfect photo opportunity with my favourite students. Luckily I'd made a moderate effort to prove I'm still a female that day, like actually wearing mascara and my mane of hair down, although still unbrushed of course. With instant regret due to the profuse sweating all day from the Thai heat. One of ...

Back to reality/PLEA FOR 10K RUN

A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on May 07, 2014

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... months of teaching have enabled me to reach my optimum teaching stage right now, so I am making the very most out of it with only about 7 weeks teaching left! Scary.

We also started back teaching our favourite people in the world, the cheeky MONKeys. The new school year can only mean one thing...even more amazingly adorable lil monks coming to play. I love those boys so much, teaching them is the highlight of my week. Even though our evening English club does ...


A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on May 01, 2014

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... stress and emotional damage from Hanoi/Halong was definitely recified by Hoi An. A beautiful, quaint town with literally the most amazing food EVER. I thought I would be confined to plain rice for 2 weeks being vegetarian, but was actually spoiled for choice and every meal was delicious. The traditional French baguettes there were SICK. I would advise the omelette-baguette combo to anyone; it proved simply incredible to those who's closest encounter to bread in the ...


A travel blog entry by bethinthailand on Feb 04, 2014

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... the road. The village itself was beautiful, and very peaceful. Ellie and I liked it very much and would definitely want to see more of rural Thailand. The mango was insanely delicious too, hands down better than city mango. Nevertheless, it became clear that you can take the girl out of Nakhon, but you cannot take Nakhon out of the girl. We are just meant to be in the busy, urban lifestyle of the city. Overall, a fantastic end to yet another fantastic month. Well done ...

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