TaNiTa (Lagoon) Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... little coffee place.
We then picked up 3 more people and headed to Nouk's home. She has set up the school (with help from an Australian friend ) in her front yard and when we arrived everything was ready for us to start preparing our meal.
Firstly we prepared Mok Pa which translates to Fish in Banana leaves, then Laap Gai which is a minced chicken salad with banana flower. While ...
... arranged the trip, so it was essentially a free weekend trip to a really interesting place. The part of Udon Thani that is now Ban Chiang was the site of research being conducted by a man from Harvard in the early 1970s. He slipped and as he was breaking his fall with his hands, he felt something underneath the dirt that he had fallen on. So, researchers began digging, and they discovered a ton of clay pots under the ground where people had been buried, and after an archaeological dig, ...
As I write this amalgamation of titbits I've been up to in the last while, it sounds like a gang shooting outside of my window, but it's actually the sound of celebratory festival fireworks going off across Thailand.
Clean Water Projects
So the Rotary club of Magkang has a sister club in Korea, and the two joined forces to provide clean drinking water for rural schools outside of Udon Thani. The Penticton Rotary club has a orphanage in ...
... went on some rant in Thai to the whole table, the only bit of which I understood was 'chok dee mak' (Very good luck). He then Put his arm around my shoulders, gave me a good shake and shouted;
The tension just dissappeared. After this I was now his good luck poker *****. I had to touch every one of his hands for the next hour until he had drunk so much he couldn't stand and was carted off to bed in a pick up truck by ...
... the general consensus being that it is up there with the best food in the world, a common view that obviously made us eager to seek local cuisine. A day after arriving we went to the local market, where we found fruit and bugs. So all this hype lies in insect eating? I guess insects it is. In England a place gets closed down should there even been the slightest trace of a bug in the kitchen, in Thailand they eat the problem; yet they're renowned for great food and we ...