Ban Chomna Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... silver designs added, surrounded by a canal and green grass. It was completely different from any other temple we'd seen (they're all usually red and gold) which made an interesting change. It turns out that the white temple is a private temple, built by an artist using money he raised from selling paintings and it was built only 18 years ago. There aren't any monks that live in this temple so it appears to have been built solely for ...
... sometimes they even stopped you to offer you food or a shot of rice whiskey; be careful, it's powerful stuff, politely declining is always okay.At the center, I did local tasks, like cleaning, cooking, and activities with the children; as well as international tasks online. The international tasks mostly consisted of posting information about IHF, which was boring and often frustrating but I also did some writing for the newsletter and worked on ...
... journey from an orphanage to the royal family. She was such an inspirational figure who had a huge heart for the people and abided by a set of morals even nuns would be envious of. I just loved how before she returned to Thailand, nearly the entire northern part of the country was deforested and run by opium drug lords who manipulated the people. She created a project to teach the native people and minority populations about growing coffee, tea, and ...
... Teacher's Day." Determine to put some adventure into the week, Hannah and I decided to drive up a mountain Wednesday night to stay in a bamboo hut and escape the noise of the "city life."
Wednesday night I rushed home from school, threw a few things in a backpack and Hannah and I headed up to Bamboo Nest. Assuming there would be plenty of space, we felt no need to make a reservation. We drove the estimated (23 KM) to the guest house in the ...
... a TV and a car! Are they poor? We see villages belonging to Yao, Lisu and Akha. One of the villages we see is developed and seems more well off, we ask Homee why and he says they are better at growing opium! Apparently the tribes are happy and live well, as long as they have their own village and they don't mix!! Homee also comments that there are too many churches here because they were lots of missioners sent to this part of Thailand. ...