Rajaburi Boutique Hotel

Address: 307/1 Moo 8 Phahonyotin Rd, Tak, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 307/1 Moo 8 Phahonyotin Rd, Tak.
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Travel Blogs from Tak

Tak, The Beginning

A travel blog entry by baphometdemon on May 14, 2011

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Much as can be imagined, the first few weeks of school included getting set up in our new apartment (provided by the company), seeing the town, meeting the other foreign teachers and my colleagues and a general lack of overt adventures. Partially do to adjustment period and partially do to a lack of funds until the first pay check would come through a month later.

Punching the clock (part 3)

A travel blog entry by vagrantoptimist on Nov 03, 2009

Somewhere along the super-highway....
1:00 am – the bus makes it's first and only stop at a small, side of the road food stand with not a lot of options of weird **** to eat. I split my meal with a wild dog who knows how to shake a paw.

7:15 am – 8:08 am – we get off the bus, just a block away from Khao San Road and troop our way to the closest hotel to hang out in the lobby, grab a bite, and await instructions from a lady named Chilipa who ...

Welcome back to Oni's travel stories.......

A travel blog entry by oniburger on Jul 29, 2009

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... rain puddles, motor squealing, passing UN trucks and refugee clinics….yes I was back on the Thai-Burma border in the frontier town of Mae Sot. It really is an Asian version of a Wild West movie. Thailand is already a country of extremes, where most things go; where you can smoke and drink next to the pumps in a "bar” that is a Shell petrol station by day. Where there seemingly is lil law but so much tradition and custom. Yet on the border all these things ...

On the bus

A travel blog entry by julix on Feb 28, 2008

... filtered light peeking through, tones from yellow to orange to red, gold. Dusk setting in. Rain shower. Temperature drop. Few people left. Little girl with bowl haircut, about 20 months old, with quiet patient father, exploding with language, taking to her daddy a lot, pointing things out, playing with curtain , standing on seat. I think she was there for most of the 7 hours if not all-but ...

Chiang Mai Cooking School

A travel blog entry by rrosenthal on Mar 03, 2007

... Thai cuisine, with a special emphasis on the northern Lanna style. "Lum tair tair" is the word for 'delicious' in the northern Thai dialect. Mar 5: Chiang Mai is a moated city with the impressive backdrop of the Doi Suthep mountain peak. Near the summit is a famous temple - Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. We will visit the temple and Tribal Museum, which gives you a very good introduction to the cultures and customs of the hill tribe people of northern ...