Thong Tarin Hotel

Address: 60 Sirirat Road,Nai Muang, Surin, 32000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 60 Sirirat Road,Nai Muang, Surin, is near Prasat Hin Khao Phanom Rung (Phanom Rung Historical Park).
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    Day 2 at Childcare

    A travel blog entry by market on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... track round it. The teachers in our group are Lauren from Chester, Chloe from Blackpool both 20, there in the house next door. Katie 18 from West Sussex she's next door too and Jade who's in with me, she's been here for 3 weeks she's in with the bosses she helping run one of the school projects with Katie. Then the two Germans are with me at the childcare centre. Thought I should explain who the them are. We went to KFC for dinner, fancied ...

    Thursday 27th August

    A travel blog entry by gemmaelizabeth on Aug 27, 2015

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    ... get it clean. We went to another station where some treated poo was ready to be made into paper. Weighing out the substance, putting it in a solution and then picking it up using a special mesh mould, meant we all got to make our own sheet. It was really fascinating and gross at the same time. Either way, I can now say that I have stepped in elephant poo, bare footed, on purpose. There was a shop next to the paper making facilities as well that sold notebooks, cards and other ...

    Tuesday 25th August

    A travel blog entry by gemmaelizabeth on Aug 25, 2015

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    ... The little one was adorable, trying to eat our hands and climb out of the pen he was in. We obviously also got some quality pictures and some one-on-one time, something we haven't had before.

    In the afternoon, Wan took us back to the river Chi so we could kayak. Many people paired up and got a double kayak, I opted for a single kayak which gave me a chance to really get around. Many of us got in the ...

    The Loneliness Experiment

    A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Mar 23, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... pineapple plantation to pick up some pineapples to feed to some elephants at a nearby elephant sanctuary. The sanctuary takes in retired or rejected elephants and rely on donations to survive. We saw elephants ranging from 6 to almost 100 years old. The youngest elephant was by far the main attraction and we all stopped for an 'elephant hug’.

    One weekend, a group of us went to the ...

    Phnom Rung Historical Park

    A travel blog entry by lrgibbs on Jan 12, 2014

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    More loud music woke me up at 6am - they love a good morning party here! Had brekkie then popped over to the local market to buy a long sleeved top. We all got a mini van to go to Phnom Rung Historical park (basically an old temple ruin which was built on top of a volcano).

    Took 2 hours to get there so we had our pad thai lunch packed for each of us when we arrived. It was an interesting temple with some ...