Nangrong Hotel

Address: 243 Praditpana Rd., Buriram, 31110, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 243 Praditpana Rd., Buriram.
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    Travel Blogs from Buriram

    Boxing Day

    A travel blog entry by seabream on Dec 26, 2014

    3 photos

    ... time of the year, but they know who Santa is, they want to see him and they get the magic. Who doesn't want to get a surprise? We all love that and in a Catholic school the meaning of Christmas is taught by the Father and the nuns, but Santa is a global superstar who brings something special the world over.
    My lows have been talking to my mum and my Aussie family on Christmas day, missing those in your life that you don't see often, I felt that ...

    Surin to Roi Et

    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Oct 30, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... harvest was in full swing, some by hand but the vast majority mechanized. To dry the rice they just spread some fine shade cloth on half of the road and spread their rice out. Every now and again they comb it with a rake to get an even result. All the motorists just slow down and drive around it, no problem, no hurry. Imagine blocking off one half of a main road in Oz to dry your rice? The most interesting part of the ...

    Typhoid Fever

    A travel blog entry by seabream on Aug 02, 2014


    ... said I did not care about school, my kids, anything and everyone, including myself.
    The bright side, however, has shown me humanity at its best. My hospital care was first class, my colleagues and friends rallied in a way that made me feel safe and not alone. Kind gestures came from unexpected sources and Mr T jumped on a bus and travelled 5 hours to look after me.
    My students sent me individual get well ...

    Coup d'Etat

    A travel blog entry by seabream on May 23, 2014

    ... generally calm, patient and not prone to the types of uprisings you see in the Middle East and some parts of Europe.
    Thousands and thousands of farmers are still awaiting payment for last year's rice harvest, a scheme bungled by the outgoing government, yet they sit and wait patiently, confident that their turn will come, still supportive of that ...

    The Loneliness Experiment

    A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Mar 23, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... I was so happy. I felt like I was getting a truly Thai experience and it was a relief to get such a warm welcome after a shaky start in Bangkok.


    I love dogs. Back home in the UK, dogs are lovely, friendly animals who love us as much as we love them. Man’s best friend. Here in Thailand, I learned the hard way that this is not the case.

    I had not long been in Surin and ...