Udon Star Palace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Udon Thani
... and contorted in several different positions he didn’t know were possible. After that we had lunch at an international buffet that was amazing. We all ate and ate until we were absolutely stuffed and looked at least 3 months pregnant. The highlights of the buffet included an endless selection of delicious sushi and assortments of fried cheeses and sliced meats. Of course no good buffet would be complete without a ...
... It was made of minced duck meat cooked with various vegetable and herbs, and at the end mixed with fresh duck blood. As we finished our dinner, we heard the live band playing from the Physics camp.
Wait…I thought this was a Physics camp. We were ushered into the large assembly hall of the school where we watched the live band play for about an hour. We were assured after repeated questioning that they songs were not Physics related. At one ...
... but here's the catch: no hands!! Serving over the net is a leg unhinging swing (there's one person picked to serve for the whole game) And guess where the nationals were held? Okay I'll tell you, Udon Thani! After Thailand's men's team won I fan-girled out and got some pictures with the players. (Nerdy, I know but just go with it)
A group of us from Udonpit high school went to a school which many of the children from a ...
... cameraman! They had made up a welcome banner with my face on it! My host brother Nu is quite tall and was and exchange student to Ontario, his English is really good. They take me home and I get a beautiful room and washroom on the 3rd floor. Downstairs has a store front attached where they sell bulk rice. Behind the house is a series of apartments which they rent out. They have extended family next door, including Nu's grandma. I get fitted for my school uniform, pictures ...
... going to a place not so far away. But they were closed, because of Songkran. We drove towards the city (but didn't dare go all the way in, since the waterthrowing is still going on!),because we wanted to try some street food. They have a few places around, where you sit on the ground, and grill your own food. But, unfortunately they were not open either. We headed back to Nong Kham, and found a little restaurant that had pretty much ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center