Khon Kaen Resort Hotel
Travel Blogs from Khon Kaen
... to return to the wat to live out the remainder of her life.
Overall, I am still trying to figure out if I fully buy into wat's way of cancer treatment. It is definitely unique and innovative and some research studies have been done on the effectiveness of the herbs. I just don't see this way of addressing cancer as catching on in the US (since it is all based on Thai traditional medicine and alternative medicine) and due to the fact that there is very little ...
... intriguing how priority seating in departures is designated for the elderly, infirm, pregnant and also the monks to avoid any physical contact with women. They glide with an air of serenity in their long flowing orange robes and are an integral part of the culture.
The flight was short, less than an hour and I was one of a handful of western faces. Just keep smiling and carry on I thought, Mr T was there ...
... from the family, and she tied one on me also. These bracelets from the temple are very good luck. You wear them until they break and fall off on their own. I still have mine!
I had heard that the Khon Kean Silk Festival is not to be missed. It is a 12 day festival, once a year, and while it is a like a fair with rides and entertainment and a food market and general market, the famous Khon Kaen silk is displayed and sold there. I really wanted to go. ...
... made the right choice and left. Obviously not as drunk as we had thought. Following a visit to Spankies we decided to find 'real girls' and went to a nightclub called liquid across the street. Jack and Arthur turned in soon after so it was up to Tom and I to do what Roger Moore would call 'keeping the British end up'.
The next day was a struggle to say the least. Jack and Arthur informed us in the morning that they were off with Gary to Koh Samet, an island South East ...
... bottles between 8 of us however if food is bought to the table then we have three. On one of these evenings we were invited to go to the builders village. We went with them and they took us to their local brothel. Both of the builders who came with us are married however they have a more relaxed attitude to marriage in Laos. I was pretty drunk at this point but was forced a bottle of Beer Lao. We sat with our beers and waited for the prostitutes to arrive. After some time ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed