Teppratan Hotel

Address: 196 moo6, Maingam, Tak, 63000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 196 moo6, Maingam, 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

... just wanted to get away from the touristy track...
he was cool as and open minded... done everything from juice fasts to building his own all wooden house to attended a Davie Ike seminar (about reptiles).. he actually said David Ike came to queensland and about 9000 people attended.. HAHAHHA
i had made an ally against the reptiles..

we got tipsy and ranted about how ****** the system was and how it was all ********.. and globalization was fukt..
he ...

Welcome to Tak!

A travel blog entry by yearinthailand on Aug 29, 2010

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... t our host. Her daughter is about 10 and was very pleased to have someone to play badminton with. Then we were paid a visit by Joe. One of the first Project Trust volunteers in Tak who was visiting while on a holiday in Thailand. We ate lunch with him and talked. It was so strange to be in Tak and we really appreciated seeing him. Later Pee Neng took us to the school and Joe tagged along. We waited for our actuall hosts to come and pick us up. Meanwhile we met Gao ...

Two Nights In Bangkok & The Worlds NOT Your Oyster

A travel blog entry by stonecutter on Oct 31, 2008

... the other love of her life, cake. And I, my dear friends, am Mono. I need not explain this nickname to anyone with an ounce of intelligence, but alas WE ARE THE SUPER FRIENDS. What's that? You think it's "corny" do you? Well... yeah. You're right, but **** you. So, in our two nights in Bangkok, the world was still refusing to be our oyster, which prompted a quick move. We left our hotel early in order to catch the quickest bus to Pai, a hippy mecca in northern Thailand. Its ...

Have car, will travel .. to Tak

A travel blog entry by lisa_nz on May 14, 2008

... don't want (or it isn't safe) for the car behind you to overtake. Once we got out of Chiang Mai, we found the roads excellent to drive. They are usually two lane, dual carriageway roads, and the driving is generally OK and predictable. The biggest dangers are the bloody dogs all over the roads as you go through the smaller villages, and the crazies in the oncoming traffic that overtake on blind corners. Argh! ...

The refugees of Mae Sot

A travel blog entry by john_anita on Feb 04, 2007

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... but it wasn't bad, apparently they are well taken care of there and only stay overnight if they don't have a VISA or passport, then are returned back to Myanmar), we were led by the sweetest dog who sort of belonged to the guest house, right to our destination . The dogs mannerisms reminded me of the old TV show "Littlest Hobo" I think it was called, with the smart dog who helped strangers, then went on his merry little way...so very cute. BUGS/ANIMALS: ...