Nan Keeree Thara Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the inspiration apparently for the Chiang Rai white temple
was absolutely amazing. Completely covered in releif sculptures not an inch to spare,some of them quite sensual, dare I say - erotic.The other temple I explored that day was the giant buhdda
on top of the hill.At the base of the stairs to get to the top their is this 19th/early 20'th century(i think) retro shrine complex, in a state ...
... 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 ...
... 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, ...
We arrived in Nan at six am, and after some help from the other school's teachers, my ride arrived an hour later - Thai time :) The teacher who picked me up was super sweet and drove me to my accommodation, where it took another twenty mins to get inside (beginnings are never easy, are they?). Once inside, I met my roommate, Liza, a very nice, helpful girl from Alaska who was on crutches from a recent motorbike accident. (All the teachers ...
... Dire Straits, Genesis etc. Reminded me of summer holidays in France. Funny how it was the 1st bit of music we've really heard since we left home (except the iPod) and it was Steve's music on his Birthday :)
8.30 shouldn't seem that late, but Nan was deserted when we stepped off the bus and there wasn't the usual onslaught of touts pushing their guesthouses. We wandered into the night and found an old timber guesthouse that looked like ...