Nan Keeree Thara Hotel
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... 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 ...
... life in the different tribes. There is a large mahogany staircase up to the second floor where there are displays of weaponry, religious artifacts, and the huge black tusk that is apparently the town's symbol. I have been trying to find hill-tribe jewelry and folk art without any luck. There are places that claim to have such things, but they turn out to have junky manufactured stuff and nick-knacks from China. I found one store with a case of ...
... 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, ...
La Thaïlande était le 1er pays depuis l'Europe pour lequel on n’avait pas besoin d’un visa, nous économisant une page de passeport. On a traversé la frontière sans problème et un minibus attendait d’avoir suffisamment de personnes pour faire la route pour Nan, notre destination. Au bout d’un quart d’heure, on est parti pour un trajet de 3 heures à travers la jolie campagne thaïlandaise (c’était aussi le 1er pays qui ...
... life in a Lao villiage. As part of an initiative to open Lao to tourists and help local villiages earn an income. This town boasts a large concrete and metal tower that allows tourists to sight elephants should any turn up. There is however one hurdle - the guides speak little to no english - thats where we come in. We have volunteered to teach english to the guides and homestay families in order to make the tourist experience more enjoyable for ...