Phu Pha Nam Resort

Address: 252 Moo 1, Koakngam, Loei, 42120, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 252 Moo 1, Koakngam, Loei.
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        Relaxing down on the farm...

        A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Feb 23, 2015

        1 comment, 49 photos

        ... available, huge and very tasty papaya and sweet stubby bananas, quite
        unlike the ones we get back at home, watermelon, plus we are waiting to sample
        some of the delicious fruits that grow around here. Each day a new herbal tea
        is prepared for us to sip hot or cold throughout the day, and so far they have
        been delicious, plus the explanation of the tea’s properties help us to be more
        conscious about what we are drinking and the effects that we hope to achieve
        from ...

        School's Out for the Summer!

        A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Mar 09, 2014

        20 photos

        ... 1, 2, 3 to one class of about 30-35 students in Mattayom 4, 5, 6. Since most of our students do not attend college, the teachers at our school make their graduation a really big deal. This year the graduating class was 35 students. All of the teachers wore their official white government teacher uniforms and their robes from when they graduated from college; the same black robes that we all saw our professors wear when we ...

        The Exchange Student Effect

        A travel blog entry by amayainthailand on Feb 08, 2014

        16 photos

        ... how finite everyone's presence is. And I guess that's a concept that's important for the rest of life.

        Any who, happy (very, very, v... okay you get it) belated Hanukkah, Christmas, Thanksgiving ect.

        I spent my first Hanukkah away from home (which happened also to converge with 'Murican Thanksgiving) atop a mountain with the exchangies, having a turkey dinner! It was our first Rotary trip, and you know that the ...

        Chiang Khan

        A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 19, 2011

        ... for midgets we were a bit stiff when it was time to finally disembark.

        Chiang Khan was definitely worth the trouble though. It is a lovely small town on the banks of the Mekong, little teak houses and guesthouses, small shops, and, best of all, no other farangs bar two for the whole three days we were there. Instead the streets were full of Thai weekend tourists, riding bright pink bicycles up and down ...

        Orchids and ants, and did I mention ants?

        A travel blog entry by joefeather on Apr 11, 2011

        34 photos

        ... 30. About 1K into the hike, karma kicked in again and a truck of workers gave me a lift to the first visitor center. From there I Chose my route on a map and headed into the woods. i got lost twice, never finding the trail head and walked back to the laughing workers who kind heartedly showed me to the trail head. They were pointing to a different trail going more directly to the campground, but I wanted to go a longer 8K route that passed waterfalls. The first ...