The Old Charm Hostel

334 Soi Thammasaroj, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Bangkok, is near Siam Ocean World, Co Van Kessel Bangkok Tours, Khlong Saen Saeb, and Suan Pakkad Palace Museum.
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My last few days :(

A travel blog entry by devinblackie on Jun 25, 2014

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... not in the mood. When I got back to the hostel a new person had moved into the dorm and we got chatting to him. He had the ****** feeling you get when you leave a group of people you have been travelling with for a while as he had just left a big group of guys he had become really close with in Australia. It ended up being that he had just left Curt, Sam and Koum the English guys I met with Lisa at the very start of my trip then met up with again a few times. He was ...

Oh my Buddha, I'm in Thailand!

A travel blog entry by lswers on Jun 12, 2014

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... 8 years and gave my lots of tips for my travel. Nice guy.

Afterwards I took a ferry one stop to Chinatown, a place of chaos, color, and culture. Street food is everywhere, and even though people have told me I "must" have the street food, I couldn't bring myself to do it because of the intense pollution and heat. Black exhaust came out of every car, making the air so difficult to breathe and even burning my eyes, to the point where I bought a mask to cover my face. ...

"Happy New Year"

A travel blog entry by rte_100 on Apr 15, 2014

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... of Thailand's holidays and trust me they have a lot, this is by far the most celebrated. It's a festival that Thais regard as highly important where most people go home to their families to pay respect to their elders, spring clean the house and visit the Buddhist temple, if you want to know more about this then google it, as a visitor to Thailand you will mostly see people throwing water on each other and generally having a brilliant time.

Today I took ...

Cross Dressing and Island hopping

A travel blog entry by nick5395 on Apr 12, 2014

After the full moon party we island hopped to Ko Toa. In the same way Ko Phangan is renowned for the full moon party, Ko Toa is famous for its diving opportunities (only Cairns hands out more diving certificates.) It seemed rude not to become certified divers seeing that we were heading to the Great Barrier Reef in April.

Becoming a certified diver was probably the best decision we had made since we started travelling. It's one of the most enjoyable things I have ever ...

Bangkok - spectacular temples

A travel blog entry by thebartons99 on Apr 01, 2014

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... corner. The worst scam (that we know about) occurred when we arrived at the Royal Palace. It turns out that the only entrance open to the public is the north gate, yet we arrived on foot from the south. We were met at the south entrance by a well-dressed man who spoke excellent English. He chatted us up and then told us that, regretfully, the palace was closed to tourists for the morning as it was a special Buddhist holiday (it sounded legitimate enough ...