Address: 119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan, 55000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 119-121 Anantavorarittidet Rd., T. Naiwiang, Nan.
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        Day-5 Nan Province

        A travel blog entry by reza.27 on Dec 14, 2014

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        Nan is sitruated in the North-eastern region of Northern Thailand. It borders with Laos.
        On this day we (now consist of Taufiq, Ebrahim, Yem Paul, Peter and myself) rode from Chiang Mai to the Nan region. Nan is one of the most unexplored part in the northern Thailand but it boost beautiful scenery at thgis time of the year.

        The roads heading towards Nan was full of twisties and with spectacular breath taking views. Among the popular ...

        Wrapping Up the First Semester

        A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on Sep 09, 2013

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        ... one of my favorites. I looked forward to that class every week. * 3/4 - The boys who have been habitually late every. single. week. were on time, front and center. So they didn't get it all semester, but with one last chance to prove themselves, they came through. * Sunny rain on Monday. Somehow two of the best weathers combined Monday afternoon. And it was gorgeous. "Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world " -Nelson ...

        First Day of Class

        A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on May 14, 2013

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        ... Yup, gonna be a good year. I finished my four classes for the day and went back to my desk to do some lesson planning for the next few days. When I asked for a textbook, curriculum, general end of term assessment, anything to guide me through planning, I was informed that nothing of that matter existed. Awesome. So after I took a few deep breaths, I shot off some desperate pleading emails to some of the brightest teachers I know back in the States ...

        First Day in Nan

        A travel blog entry by tholloway92 on May 11, 2013

        We arrived in Nan at six am, and after some help from the other school's teachers, my ride arrived an hour later - Thai time :) The teacher who picked me up was super sweet and drove me to my accommodation, where it took another twenty mins to get inside (beginnings are never easy, are they?). Once inside, I met my roommate, Liza, a very nice, helpful girl from Alaska who was on crutches from a recent motorbike accident. (All the teachers ...

        We Love Nan

        A travel blog entry by eloiseboyce on Nov 26, 2010

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        ... Dire Straits, Genesis etc. Reminded me of summer holidays in France. Funny how it was the 1st bit of music we've really heard since we left home (except the iPod) and it was Steve's music on his Birthday :)

        8.30 shouldn't seem that late, but Nan was deserted when we stepped off the bus and there wasn't the usual onslaught of touts pushing their guesthouses. We wandered into the night and found an old timber guesthouse that looked like ...