Tareerat Court

Address: 104 Jamthevi Rd., T. Maimuang, A. Muang, Lamphun, 51000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 104 Jamthevi Rd., T. Maimuang, A. Muang, Lamphun.
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Day 32 - Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on May 25, 2014

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... market and for dinner together. I wandered round the stalls, too tired and hungry to bargain well enough to make any purchases, before finding a great Thai restaurant for dinner. After dinner and some more market browsing we went back to the hostel before 10pm (in line with the curfew) to chill. Unfortunately we chilled in the unbearable heat as the air con in our dorm was broken. Not a good night's ...

This is MY elephant!

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 16, 2014

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... returned from their morning routine, three of us who were doing a half day were introduces to our steeds. Mine would be the mother of Kiwi, and i loved this as the child would be following me around while i rode, which made it extra special.

I mounted my ride from the trunk, not gracefully as my 15 year old sunglasses were hanging out in front if me and i crushed them against the elephant as i attempted to climbed on. I settled on and we started our trek. ...

Le train to Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by equestriennes on Feb 06, 2014

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... Thais don't really use toilet paper. Rather, they seem to use a contraption very similar to the hose on a kitchen sink to wash themselves and then they use towels to dry themselves. It sounds fine until you realize all that wash water winds up on the floor of the bathroom. It drains of course but the idea doesn't quite settle with me. Were about 40 minutes from Chiang Mai as I write this so watch for ...

So many adventures

A travel blog entry by kay.stewart.22 on Jan 19, 2014

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... from the other animals was an exhibit that topped them all. They had baby white Bengal tigers in a separate area, and for a small fee, they would allow you to take your picture holding and feeding it. It was so fluffy I could die!!!! I must say that is probably something they wouldn’t let you do in the states, because they would be up to their eyeballs in lawsuits if the milk in the bottle ran out.

After the ...

Healthcare Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 13, 2014

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... system of these hospitals.

The students were tired from the day and had requested some down time so Greg and I went out to dinner with our friend and colleague Aj. Chang and a guest professor from the UK, Dr. Kenda. Dr. Kenda was here for a 1 week working conference on publication tips. She conducted a 3 day working conference followed by some sight seeing and then a 2 day follow-up session. She is a PhD midwife and enjoys working with ...

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