Nan Fah Hotel
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... at, there are two huts containing a toilet and a shower, there are 4 huts for sleeping, some of them have two spaces for hanging mosquito nets. Although the land is steep in places, steps have been created so it's easy to get around. Lots of growing areas have been established, paddies for rice, beds for vegetables, terraces for more vegetables, fruit trees and palms. Most of the land ...
... As I walk out of the tent in the morning, I see what had happened in the night. A large branch broke off and 1 meter pitched off next to the tent. Not to think what would have happened if the branch would have fallen directly onto the tent.
The trip to Pua was then quiet and we did what we always do when we arrive in a village or town. First, look for a Guest House. Usually we do not take the first, we see if there is one ...
Something about today. Maybe because it is Friday and I only teach two classes, maybe because the weather has been cooler and this sunny morning just feels refreshing and invigorating or maybe because I have finally started to establish a routine. Whatever it is, I am having one of those rare my-life-is-utterly-perfect moments. Sitting in an empty classroom, the kids left early to go to a visiting science exhibition, the positive, excited energy still lingers in the ...
... 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 ...
... Laos, as there were more and nicer cars about and the infrastructure seemed a lot better.
We had been a bit dubious about coming to Thailand, as we had visions of the whole country being overrun with tourists. We needn’t have worried though, as we only saw a handful of Westerners during our whole time in Nan. This is because it’s the low season, but also because Nan isn’t as famous as other places in Northern Thailand. One of the ...
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