Nan Noble House Garden Resort
Travel Blogs from Nan
... huge smile and say, "good mooorning teecha" or "teecha so beautiful". Really. How can you not love hearing that fifty times a day?? Plus, as the new foreign teacher, I feel like I've achieved celebrity status when students I don't even have get wide-eyed and leap out of my way as I walk down the halls saying "sorry teecha, hello teecha" with big grins, or insist on taking pictures with me on their camera phones. My Roommate - the nicest girl I could ...
... autour. Un des plus impressionnants était recouvert de peintures à l'intérieur. On voyait beaucoup de fleurs et d’arbres colorés dans les rues. On a loué une scoobylette le jour suivant avec un circuit en tête. On s’est arrêté à une chute d’eau où on a rencontré un couple thaï de Nan et après avoir visité la chute d’eau, on a mangé avec eux. On a aussi goûté le whisky local (plus comme du rhum). Après le repas, nos nouveaux amis ont ...
... one of the highlights so far on our trip and we had an awesome time.
After this it was off to business and teaching some language. After a mixup due to the poor communication in the villiage we had a class of no shows. The following day however yeilded a couple of guides and some local childeren, and also teaching a class in the morning to those that are invloved in homestays.
The language skills of the guides could be best described as "fit for use" ...
... itself is really beautiful jungle, we went for an unintentionally very long and difficult walk looking for the waterfall called Mae Pik (we think) which was supposedly on a nature trail 5km from the park headquarters. A point to note is that virtually all of the signage in the park is in Thai and there is very little English spoken here(hardly surprising really given that we're in Thailand!) so we did misinterpret ...
... they saw others around. (I think I heard them say that they sent the women and children to run away first, followed by the men). But now the Mlabri are friends with the Thais and the H'mong and they are happy about this. They now have permanent houses and have enough food. Their children have the opportunity to learn. They have no wish to go back to live in ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting