Nan Noble House Garden Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... better and smarter, not fatter and less healthy. It is hard to believe that two months ago I was ready to walk out of my workplace, middle finger held high, and now I just wanna skip down the halls with a crazy grin on my face. I am happy, healthy and surrounded my the most amazing people. And I wouldn't want it any other way. Life is good. "To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life; foolish people are idle, wise people are diligent" ...
... School: 25 B ($0.83) *You walk in and name a dish and cross your fingers they can make it. All mostly same price* Bottle of Water: 5 B ($0.17) 8 Mini Coconut Pancakes: 20 B ($0.66) Liter of Beer: 60 B ($2) Jar of JIF peanut butter: 200 B ($6.67) Boba Tea Drink: 10 B ($0.33) Half Loaf of Bread: 18 B ($0.60) Iced Coffee: 60 B ($2) Ice Cream Scoop: 10 B ($0.33) Guinness in Chiang Mai: 200 B ...
We arrived in Nan at 8.30pm after 5 hours on the bus from Sukhothai. The last part of the journey from Phrae to Nan was accompanied by a homemade video montage of various concert gigs - oldies!! 1st up Rod Stewart, and this was before we knew it was a compilation and we feared 2 hours of Rod. To make matters worse, we'd left the iPods locked in the rucksacks which we're under the bus. But it turned out ok in the end - if you don't mind a bit of ...
... Monday: Thai Art 10:30-12, Thai Language 1-3:30
Tuesday: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation in Thailand 10:30-2:30 (12-1 lunch-break)
Wednesday: Theravada Buddhism 10-11:30, Thai Dance 1:30-3
Thursday: Economics and Trade of Thailand 9-12, Thai Language 1-3:30, Inter-cultural Communication 3:30-4:30
Friday: Theravada Buddhism 10-11:30, Thai Dance 1:30-3
As you can see my schedule is fairly full ...
... to the Mlabri village. Our first stop was the Child Care centre run by 2 Thai teachers and then we walked around the village where we found another Thai man from the Department of Non-Formal Education was teaching Mlabri to farm mushrooms. The project was fully funded by the Thai government (as far as I could tell). Then we continued touring the village and ...