Wiang Fa

Address: 13 Wianglakon Rd. T. Sbtuy, Lampang, 52100, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13 Wianglakon Rd. T. Sbtuy, Lampang.
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Travel Blogs from Lampang

Noddy and Bob's Thai hill-tribe adventure

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 04, 2014

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... me away to the Thai highlands, but of course, not without stopping off at a local market on the way. Let me introduce Bob... he informed me he had been in the hill-tribe trekking business for over 15 years, having grown up in a small village in the Chiang Mai province... so you can hazard a guess at his age... Thai people always seem to look younger than they actually are. He didn't look quite like he could be in his forties, but his wealth of knowledge and life experience through many ...

Bovine Bandits, Ancient Temples, and Jungle Living

A travel blog entry by margaretfielder on Jul 30, 2014

... new year. There are no fights. People are drunk without being belligerent. The elderly are still completely respected. The ability of Thai people to have such all out fun without any of the drawbacks we commonly experience as a side-effect in the States is astounding.

As "farangs" (white people) we received even more attention, in the form of ceaseless, often raucous sometimes shy, soaking on every street, down every alleyway, and in just about every restaurant. But, ...

Day 5: To Chiang Dao (80k)

A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... them loudly over and over, and veered into the other lane. Eventually I got to the end of their territory, and they stopped. At Chiang Dao, I had an awesome lunch, and then went to check out the local cave down the road. There were lots of bats hanging out, crickets jumping around and spiders just sort of sitting there. Apparently there's cave snakes in there as well. We didn't see ...

Phrao Hospital

A travel blog entry by rubychu on Mar 26, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... br>

During the quiet moments in the ER, I would share my A&E stories with Dream and the nurses. We would gossip, they would teach me Thai and I would teach them English. I felt slightly nostalgic thinking of the quiet hours of 4am-6am during the night shifts at Chelsea A&E bonding with the night team over silly stories.


Life in the Thai countryside

A travel blog entry by rubychu on Mar 14, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... br> All in all, it has been a great first week here and despite having to share the shower with mosquitoes (a 'mosquito party' as Kelly calls it) and roosters crowing all day and night (now I know I'm a city girl so my knowledge of animals is pretty poor but I'm sure roosters shouldn't crow at 1am?!?), I'm having a great time and wish you can all be here with me!