Thepnakorn Hotel

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

    Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by seabream on Aug 22, 2014

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    Tropical diseases well and truly behind me and a welcome break for the mid term exams, it was time for a road trip!
    It's purpose... business, but no road trip would be complete without a bit of sanuk (fun) thrown in, with Daniel and Sam that would be a given.
    You know you are well into middle age, when, not for the first time, I have been mistaken for Sam's dad (he is 26) and on this trip it was to be Sam and Dan's dad! Dan is almost 30 and ...

    Egg and chips before the curfew!

    A travel blog entry by seabream on May 27, 2014


    I thought I better have an early dinner, especially as it's egg and chips, can you imagine breaking the curfew laws with an anti coup feast.
    Egg and chips goes right back to my childhood, it was my dad's treat of the week, dipping his chips in a couple of runny eggs with 2 slices of bread and butter on the side.
    I eat Thai food day in day out, it's delicious, but you get these cravings sometimes, maybe ...

    I can smell the sea air!

    A travel blog entry by seabream on Mar 30, 2014

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    So, our two weeks of English camps finished on Friday. 3 hours every day split between two groups, one in the morning and one after lunch, 17 kids in total!
    It has been a great success and a lot of fun had by all.
    The fish (Tilapia) that we added to the pond in Mr T's village 10 months ago have finally reached adulthood. They have grown from the size of a thumb to that of a hand, most in excess of half a kilo! This time of ...


    A travel blog entry by seabream on Feb 20, 2014

    ... of people there, as many bouquets and wreaths, some had donated fans to be of long term use to those in need. Although solemn and sad for those directly affected, Thai Buddhists are able to accept death with dignity, a part of life, a means to a new beginning.
    On a brighter note, this week has seen the start of our new venture, teaching privately in an office space where we live. We have ...

    Mission accomplished!

    A travel blog entry by seabream on Oct 09, 2013

    I finally got there.......after a trip to the department of labour and then the rest of the day spent at the immigration office, I am now fully legal, work permit in hand and my visa to stay and work in Thailand now granted and valid until August 2014. It feels like an early birthday present, I really am over the moon.
    It has taken many steps to ...