Thepnakorn Hotel

Address: 139 Moo 3, Buriram, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 139 Moo 3, Buriram.
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        Travel Blogs from Buriram

        Boxing Day

        A travel blog entry by seabream on Dec 26, 2014

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        Merry Christmas to all,

        This is my first blog for quite a while, settled into a relatively normal routine and recently discovered Facebook, so that's taken me weeks to get my head around and still really don't know when to tag and not to tag lol.
        This week can't pass without a story though. It's been amazing in the sense of real highs and lows. I worked on Christmas day and it's lovely being around 4000 kids that may not really ...

        Typhoid Fever

        A travel blog entry by seabream on Aug 02, 2014


        So, after 20 months, I finally bagged myself a tropical disease, hence the blogs going dark for a few weeks.
        3 days in hospital, 2 weeks to feel relatively normal again, enough meds to take down a buffalo.
        I have been lucky with my health, thus far, I'm not a good patient, nor a very pleasant person, feeling hopeless and self pity.
        Dying did cross my mind, I really wasn't ready for that, but for the first time ...

        Coup d'Etat

        A travel blog entry by seabream on May 23, 2014

        ... yet to spot the army, but I am due to drive to Khon Kaen today to visit Mr T, so I may yet experience a different kind of journey.
        I am aware there have been bouts of sporadic violence in recent weeks coupled with some fatalities in Bangkok, but I honestly feel still as safe on a day to day basis and reassured that this is happening in Thailand, where the ...

        67 days!!

        A travel blog entry by seabream on Mar 07, 2014

        ... the rollercoasters and dolphin show. It was a group of 17/18 year olds from Bangkok, who spoke English beautifully, but we were brought down to Earth when confronted with an assault by banana from the car in front. My boss managed to steer the vehicle off the road, lol, and alert the passengers to their haemorrhaging booty. In true Thai style, the whole episode was humorous ...

        Happy New Year!

        A travel blog entry by seabream on Jan 01, 2014

        11 hours ago we welcomed in the New Year via Skype with our friends in Australia, it's been 7 hours since Thailand began 2014 and in 5 minutes it's the turn of the UK.
        Happy New Year to friends and family wherever you might be and I can only dare hope this year can
        come close to the last one, it was a truly memorable time.