Nan Keeree Thara Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Nan
... used as a rubber and teak plantation, so the rubber areas have been cleared, and the teak is useful as a building material. The huts are mostly wooden framed, with a wooden platform floor and grass used for the roof. Very simple, traditional and cool. Rick was working with others to cut down trees and remove the bark, and transport them to the site where another hut will be built. I worked with ...
... lower rate. Then shopping, preferred on the local market. This time we buy bean sprouts, a kind of Brussels sprouts, onions, pork, noodles and mangoes. Later we cook, eat and drink a coffee.
Um die Fahrt attraktiv zu gestallten, suchen wir eine Strecke entlang des Meng Kong und in den Bergen. Zuerst versuchen wir am Meng Kong ein Zeltplatz zu finden, sind aber nicht erfolgreich. Dann in den ...
... is one of my favorite times - right after the kids leave and I have two minutes to reflect on the class, jot some notes for myself to look back on when lesson planning next week and just revel in the fact that I really adore my kiddos. Yes, some are handfuls, but even the handfuls have their slow days when they take the front desk, quietly copy what I write on the board and smile expectantly when I look their way. That is one thing these students are never short ...
... asked for. She has helped me learn my way around the town, the school, the customs, the policies and the people. She has carted me to and from countless errands and even brought me coffee the morning of my mango seed weevil debacle. She listens to my frustrations and evenly has an answer for most. I'm a lucky girl to have her in my corner. Not Wild About... Not Having a Reliable Gym - the stairs are great, running is fine, but I miss my workout partner, ...
... things when we got to Nan was how friendly everyone was, like Laos. It really felt like everyone we saw smiled and said hello. After all the rain in Laos, we had clear blue sky here, though it was really hot and humid.
After checking into a guesthouse, we found a nearby market and the diversity of the food there was amazing. We tried lots of different things, like delicious barbecue pork skewers, spicy fish balls, fried noodles and others which are hard ...