Rim Tarn Inn

Address: 430 Mittraphab Highway, Nakorn Ratchasima, 30130, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 430 Mittraphab Highway, Nakorn Ratchasima.
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    Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima

    Woman Warrior

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Mar 20, 2014

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    ... I return to Khorat to take in the beginnings of the festival. A lot of vendors of set up selling their wares but no parades yet. Did I really wait around for this? Where are the opulent opening ceremonies I was promised? Kind of feeling let down I return to my hotel and decide I will head to Cambodia the following day. As I sit in my room sorting my clothes I hear a loud bang, and then another. I go outside and across ...

    The Week of Adventure!

    A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... up bright and early again, but this time we were going with Mattayom 1, 2, 3 (7th, 8th, and 9th grades) to an overnight Boy Scout camp. Boy Scouts really caught on in Thailand, and every child is required to be in Boy Scouts until Mattayom 3. They are also required to go on a yearly campout, which we were lucky enough to have the pleasure of joining this year. Today also just happened to be ...

    Songkran: The Days the Sun Forgot about Thailand

    A travel blog entry by stuartcharles on Apr 15, 2013

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    ... residents also visit monasteries to donate food to monks. The throwing of water was originally used as a blessing and is still meant to wash away bad energy. Thai people would pour water over the statue of a Buddha and then take the same water and bless elders with it. This practice evolved into the simple courtesy of relieving your neighbor of the scorching heat. However, we all know that once a little bit of water is thrown in the street, things can escalate quickly, especially if ...

    Eastern Thailand: Slowly but Surely

    A travel blog entry by stuartcharles on Apr 12, 2013

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    ... these bicycles cannot squeeze through? Sometimes it takes rapid, quick witted movements and it sometimes requires slow and labored maneuvers in between vehicles. These, expertly executed negotiations take place inches from the painfully hot exhausts of city buses, which continuously and briskly stop for their customers without warning. Once we victoriously overtake them, we have to contend with these same buses attempting to get reunited with the slow ...

    Being ill when abroad is not the one

    A travel blog entry by the_schwerz on Feb 01, 2013

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    ... going to use the words that she is very Thai to describe her. Mum will always make sure everyone is ok and go out of her way for you without asking her. If you've met my mum then you'd agree at what a lovely person she is and I'm not just saying it because I'm her son (well kind of but not overly pushing it out there because I am). Now comes the disaster part with me. We then met up with Tony and Gaye who had been spending some time in the next village sorting out things to ...