I am happy to answer questions on travel to the Northeast of Thailand, including getting around, seasons, food and places to stay.
Born, bred and living in the Northeast of Thailand. I frequently travel through the region.
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Michael, A particularity of the Thai naming system is that is requires each surname to be unique to a family / bloodline. Whilst two Mr Smiths in England may be entirely unrelated, this is not the case
Where you choose to go if you are heading to south Thailand will depend upon the time of year. See http://www.thailandholidayhouse.com and visit their "weather" page to find out which places are the best
Dear Danielle, The dish is pronounced as follows: "Yam Neua". eua = eu + uh (or néuua) You'll find a pronunciation of this word spoken by a Thai here: http://www.thai-language.com/id/200001
Hi Tom, You will be traveling in a dry and sunny period, when the weather is generally excellent throughout the country, so there are no limitations there. I would start with the scenic / cultural
It really depends on what you are planning to do or see. Weather wise: - February to May is hot and dry. - June - November is the wet season, so you will see afternoon rain or thunderstorms. The advantage
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