Suan Sin

Address: 8/7 Pahonyothin, Tak, 63000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8/7 Pahonyothin, Tak.
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      Travel Blogs from Tak

      Visa run, anrgy birds, dreaming root

      A travel blog entry by felixchandler on May 23, 2013

      ... i was doing was - not spending my time thinking about menial decisions..
      Went to "Tak"

      huge grimy room for $5..
      consumed a large quantity of Mexican dreaming root...and slipped in to a very mild semi dream like state for a couple days..
      studied burmese, yoga and meditation on the river, projects, read a lot, runs, gym....

      a couple days later... I had grabbed a beer, struck interesting conversation about language learning and education with a thai ...

      Welcome to Tak!

      A travel blog entry by yearinthailand on Aug 29, 2010

      4 photos

      ... anything. We arrived in Tak at 5am, it was roughly a 6 or 7 hour journey.

      We were picked up by a lady and her husband. Presumably our hosts for the week until we moved into our house. The woman was called Pee Neng, see was really friendly. 'Neng' is her nickname, as in Thailand they don't usually call each other by first names as its quite formal. The 'Pee' meens sister, which I think is really sweet. Pee Neng decided to give us a first glimpse of Tak by ...

      Two Nights In Bangkok & The Worlds NOT Your Oyster

      A travel blog entry by stonecutter on Oct 31, 2008

      ... guess that it had to do with our dinner. We went to speak to the American consulate at the 7eleven and he directed me towards the cereal and milk. Emma ventured off towards the candy section, while Collin and Beau were a bit more... um... disgusting. They got a shredded honey pork and bologna sandwich, a pizza bologna sandwich, a purple drink, and some type of pastry that Beau described as "butter." We laughed, we gagged, we had a good ol' time in the middle of bumble **** Thailand. ...

      The journey begins

      A travel blog entry by mja1906 on Jun 19, 2008

      17 photos

      ... and ensuring everybody gets a fair cut. 'We' are about trying to prepare the local communities for tourism and how to utilize it to their advantage and spread the benefits equally. 'We' are about helping local communities lift themselves out of poverty by making a livelihood, its cliché but its true of what we're doing out here "teach a fisherman how to fish for a day and he feeds himself for life". ...

      The refugees of Mae Sot

      A travel blog entry by john_anita on Feb 04, 2007

      5 photos

      ... go by the Burmese/Thai border, but after we saw some soldiers with their guns on guard, left in a little hurry. There is just a bridge there, and across the water/river (the name I'm not sure) you would see Myanmar. PEOPLE: WESTERNERS...We met a lot of other travelers here. It was easier because it was a smaller town and easier to meet others. Some were here working with NGO's, non-Government Organizations, helping with the Burmese refugees and other issues not ...

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