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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Early morning we start our journey to Thailand and reach Poipet, the border between Cambodia and Thailand. After a customs check and immigration stamp procedure we get into Thailand at almost 2 pm. We go to the bank to change Thailand currency. Today we have a very long distance drive. The other car is ...
... Sat-Nav directions trying to take us through unsealed roads and villages with no road we reached Phu Bat National Park. This beautiful “low mountain” (as described by the leaflet) contained many rock formations which initially were created by glacial erosion and, in time carved out further by 13th Century Buddhist monks. The local folklore takes the stone shapes and uses them to depict the story of a princess in need of man, the ...
... Since the students in my program have been bolstering the profits of the salad place since it opened, the owner offered to cook everyone spaghetti dinner on Friday night for an affordable price. It was so delicious! I have tried to have spaghetti since I got here. Unfortunately, in Thailand, this means spaghetti pad thai (spaghetti and pad thai are wonderful things, but should never be combined), stir fried spaghetti (spaghetti is also not meant to be stir-fried), and incredibly ...
... in Thailand are called canomes (pr: ka-gnomes) and pretty much everything that isn't a specific dish is called that.
I am hereby re-branding "The Land of Smiles" to "The Land of Canomes"
The region of northern Thailand where I am is called "Issan" and it has it's own cultural flavour, costumes, dances and traditional version of som tam, a spicy unripe papaya salad.
I bought a popsicle at ...
... decide that a 1 hour plane ride instead of at least a 24hour bus ride on bad roads was the better and safer alternative). On our way into the city we ran into a police control. They were checking all the motorbike drivers. We were kind of on the other side, and thought maybe we could escape it. But suddenly the police officer blew his whistle and waved us over. Oh ****! Oh ****! Oh no! It had gone so well for over 2 weeks, and now, or last day here we have ...