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

      Village Life

      A travel blog entry by ann-jamie on Nov 27, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... Buriram is the village of Ban Dorn Mai Gnam. All around is rice fields, harvest is currently underway with many of the road sides having rice drying in the sun. The people now use machinery rather than water buffalo, but a few water buffalo can be seen around still. Sawan explained that many families pay for a combine to cut the rice for them. The combine is tracked and quite small. It was nice to see the dust and smell the chaff, felt just ...

      Doing the laundry

      A travel blog entry by seabream on Jun 05, 2014

      I spend 2 a week getting my shirts washed and pressed for school, it's a small price to pay for creases that could slit your throat. I have never ironed like that in my life, nor do I wish to learn, as it's a job that requires air con on, the beads of sweat dripping onto your newly washed attire, leaving a stain, so what is the point? Leave it to the professionals!............ especially at 20p per shirt!
      Life under military rule is a daily challenge, ...

      Back to school!

      A travel blog entry by seabream on May 15, 2014


      ... my apartment building, so getting to know him through lifts to school, he moved from Bangkok and was teaching Thai teenagers, so here should be a doddle!
      So tomorrow is Friday, finish at 2.20, so will take a trip to see Mr T in Khon Kaen, he can do the bus next weekend! I have to say, there are some great places to eat there and it's nice to get away and do something different.


      The Loneliness Experiment

      A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... was even better than I imagined. We walked along a wooden jetty with straw huts evenly spaced along each side. We continued to the very end, sat down on cushions around a low table and had dinner floating on the river. It was so peaceful and the setting sun added to the magical atmosphere. The food was delicious too; a huge plate of prawns and the ugliest fish I’ve ever seen, but it tasted ...

      More firsts

      A travel blog entry by seabream on Mar 02, 2014

      ... Is there no end to the talents of the Thai barber? Shaves with a cut throat razor and upper body massages seem to be par for the course, but poking around this little orifice was a step too far.
      This week is the last of the term at school, I am off to Play La Ploen on Tuesday to assist with the running of an English camp for 16/17 year old students from Bangkok. I think there are ...