The Viang Tak 2

236 Jompol Road, Tak, 63000, Thailand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Tak

    Short escape

    A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Mar 23, 2014

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    ... is a great hanging walkway bridge which we crossed and saw how shallow the huge river was. So the other side we hopped down into the river bed and paddled through the remains of the dried up river. It is getting into the forties everyday now. Its uncomfortable and disgusting and makes you not want to do anything! ...

    School Trip

    A travel blog entry by sma09jw on Dec 17, 2013

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    December was a busy month and inbetween going to islands, a school trip was organised for the teachers. Naturally in Thailand, the how school was shut for 4 days because of this. We would travel to Chiang Mai via coach and luckily the younger teachers got a room on the bottom floor to themselves. The rest of the teachers were upstairs singing along to non-stop karaoke (and I mean non-stop). The photos I obtained from the other teacher's as my camera got stolen just before.

    As ...

    The summit!

    A travel blog entry by wallsy on Jan 07, 2011

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    Not the best sleep last night courtesy of the two cocks (literally) next door who don't grasp what time they're supposed to pipe up. Nonetheless, weather conditions suitable, lucky brown jocks on, explorer beard combed, bike as ready as it'll ever be... let's give it a nudge!

    I made tracks early, in accordance with the plan. The road out of Mae Chaem was smooth sailing, and I took it nice and slowly to keep plenty ...

    'Sports' Day

    A travel blog entry by yearinthailand on Sep 03, 2010

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    ... in the parade. The effort that went into everything must have been huge. I feel sorry for whoever it was who had to organise everything although they seemed to have pulled it off pretty well if you ask me.

    The parade marched out of the school gates and all through town, me and Cammy followed it along, we got to see some more of the town aswell. What was quite strange was while there was this big parade on the road, some people stopped to take pictures of us. ...

    Punching the clock (part 3)

    A travel blog entry by vagrantoptimist on Nov 03, 2009

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    10:25 am to 11: 11 am – The interview goes smooth, despite the fact that we probably smell like hot garbage. Chilipa is a super nice lady. She arranges our taxi ride to the bus station for a 6 hour journey to Chumphon.

    11:40 am to 2:00 pm – the clock spins like a loose wheel as we wait for the bus in a station that is more like a shopping mall. I finally get a glorious ten minutes in the bathroom and then have duck soup for lunch.

    2:15 ...