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Eurgh, first night madness...., Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Eurgh, first night madness....

A travel blog entry by reece_and_elle

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Koh san road will stay in my memories forever. What a night or what i can remember of it, we was only meant to be going out for something to eat and a few drinks. We decided to walk as it was only about 10 minutes away, that's if you know where you are ...

Day 1. Bangkok temples,palaces, and long tail boat, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Day 1. Bangkok temples,palaces, and long tail boat

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds

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Joe : The water of the Chao Praya river was brown and turbulent; tossing our long tail boat up and down against the pier and making it difficult for us to duck beneath its colorful awning and hit the pitching deck below; but soon we were on our way. ...

Day 88, Pt.1: The Aftermath, Ko Phangan, Thailand travel blog

Day 88, Pt.1: The Aftermath

A travel blog entry by sirrocko711

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I woke up drenched, shirtless in the sand, having deployed said shirt as a makeshift pillow and splattered with Unknown Liquid at some point while I slept. Not slept actually, half-hearted nap is more like it. I looked around, Jeff was nowhere to be ...

Our last days in Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Our last days in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by reece_and_elle

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Well, just about woke up on Sunday, Elle thought I was dead for a second trying to wake me up, we didn't arise from our coffins till 3pm so most of the day was wasted. We went down to the pool, caught little of what sunshine we could then had a quite one ...

Thai Time..., Koh lipe, Thailand travel blog

Thai Time...

A travel blog entry by elizacass

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... walks and afternoons on the beach. Last night we went out for a seafood barbecue which is really popular on all the Thailand Islands, every restaurant displaying there daily catches in front in a boat display usually with the fish surrounded in ice, you ...

Messing about on the river, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Messing about on the river

A travel blog entry by fyrelizard

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After spending all day in bed yesterday, suffering from a peanut-induced stomach upset, I dragged myself out of my nice air conditioned hotel room to explore the sticky steets of Bangkok. This time, I was determined to avoid tuk tuks and was armed with a ...

Chiang Mai - Up North, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Chiang Mai - Up North

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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... ( a sunday) was spent wandering around the weekend market which has brilliant food and craft stalls. This is how I expected Chiang Mai to be, charming and interesting. I guess nowhere in Thailand can escape the inevitable effects of mass tourism. ...

3 Million Wrinkled Lipped Bats!!, Pak Chong, Thailand travel blog

3 Million Wrinkled Lipped Bats!!

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds

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... , always heading in the same general direction. It was fabulous! Think of all the insects that many bats can eat in one night! We learned Thailand has 120 species of bats. This is amazing! NC has just 14. Now we have seen two of the total-- one fruit bat ...

On the Water, Chow Lan Lake, Thailand travel blog

On the Water

A travel blog entry by reece_and_elle

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After the taxi ride to the dam and getting rejected from buying some rum and not knowing why (found out they don't serve before 11am) we're finally on the 1 hour boat journey to our raft house. Seems like a good bunch of people with us, another English ...

Fourth of July in Phuket, Phuket, Thailand travel blog

Fourth of July in Phuket

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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... between the people of Thailand and the people of Vietnam.  Vietnam draws much more influence from China and even Japan, whereas Thailand draws the majority of influence from Indonesia, India, and the middle-east.  After the show, I bought an ...

Maya Bay, Shark Hunting & Monkey Beach, Ko Phi Phi Le, Thailand travel blog

Maya Bay, Shark Hunting & Monkey Beach

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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So why did we come to Ko Phi Phi?  One reason.  Ko Phi Phi Le was used as the setting of the 2000 Leonardo Dicaprio movie called The Beach.  In the movie the beach was just stunning and it looked like paradise.  Everyone was ...

Last day, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Last day

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds

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... . While we waited we passed the time with a few rounds of twenty questions, choosing things relevant to our travel in Thailand. Well, the menus arrived and our mouths were at first watering over the sumptuous descriptions and then drying a bit as we did ...

Wish it was Krabi, Kaoh Lak, Thailand travel blog

Wish it was Krabi

A travel blog entry by reece_and_elle

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... pretty boring as well so we played alot of pool! Pretty gutted that we couldn't get down to Krabi, but we had to be out of Thailand in 4 days so there was no point. We had a good bed, with our first proper quilt! Nice and comfy we decided to stay there ...

Hiking, Jungle, Blisters., Khao Sok National Park, Thailand travel blog

Hiking, Jungle, Blisters.

A travel blog entry by reece_and_elle

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Well Island tour over now its time to head inland, to whats meant to be the oldest rainforest in the world. Khao Sok National Park, we got the ferry all ok then our connecting bus inland, we had to change over after about an hour.  We stopped at ...

Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Ao Nang

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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... The time has come to move on, we've had an amazing time in Thailand but just recently we've been dying to feel intrepid again. Thailand offers a hedonistic blur of beaches and bars but has sold its soul in many ways. I want to find places a little more ...

Mosquito & Bamboo Islands, Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand travel blog

Mosquito & Bamboo Islands

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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We woke up this morning with the sound of rain on the thatch roof.   We quickly got dressed (breakfast ends at 10:30 and it was already almost 10) and scurried on over to take some breakfast.  The resort provided umbrellas and they sure ...

Bangkok - Part one, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bangkok - Part one

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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... nbsp;but stay away from the elephants etc, it's just plain cruel. We have had a couple of great nights so far, Thailand is definately a good place to meet other travellers easily, it was much harder in Vietnam. Thai food blows all other ...

A New Year, and  a new country, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

A New Year, and a new country

A travel blog entry by thomaswguy

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... of the guest house was gorgeous, in the foreground the sleepy border town of Huay Xai, in the background a small river crossing and Thailand :)  I also had some good news to find out that the Christmas presents i had sent home to my family had ...

Turtle Island, Koh Tao, Thailand travel blog

Turtle Island

A travel blog entry by reece_and_elle

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... thing with the train, the coach was just uncomfortable, get to the pier as the sun has just risen, awesome now this is a Thailand I like. The pier had seen better days, whilst taken the photos I was holding onto the camera for dear life, now that would ...

Oh-man we're in Bangkok (Claire hates this title), Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Oh-man we're in Bangkok (Claire hates this title)

A travel blog entry by jlaire

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... bout 4 years ago and no one in Englnd likes them) songs also playing loudly on the TV overhead its quite the introduction to Thailand. We go to bed very happy to be here and excited to meet our tour group tommorrow! 31st August: Claire jumps straight ...

Waterfalls, Birds, and Gardens, Doi Inthanon National Park, Thailand travel blog

Waterfalls, Birds, and Gardens

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds

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... largest city in northern Thailand and just about 50 km to the southwest of it is Doi Inthanon National Park. Famous for having Thailand's highest peak of the same name, it also has a pair of matching shrines at the summit that commemorate the King and ...

Day 84:  Roast Crickets & The Cargo Ship, Surat Thani, Thailand travel blog

Day 84: Roast Crickets & The Cargo Ship

A travel blog entry by sirrocko711

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... The ferry ride was pleasant enough but arrived in Krabi too late to catch a cross-isthmus bus to the other coast. Geographical lesson: Thailand has two main island paradise coasts: the Andaman Sea, home to Phi Phi, Phuket, and "007 Island," and the Gulf ...

Giving Thanks for Life Abroad Part Deux, Still in Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Giving Thanks for Life Abroad Part Deux

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... It's true I live in a crime scene filled with ants- but the chalk serves its purpose well. The Council for National Security, Thailand's current government reported that it will be lifting Martial Law in more than half of the country's 76 provinces - ...

Day 86:  The Sweatiest I've Ever Been, Ang Thong Marine National Park, Thailand travel blog

Day 86: The Sweatiest I've Ever Been

A travel blog entry by sirrocko711

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... in a park featuring a local Thai rock band. Their music sounded vaguely Latino and helped add to an overall impression of South Thailand being the sort of "Mexico of Asia." Also present was a chubby balding old white man lost in a hopeless stupor who ...

Ooh! Alcohol..., Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Ooh! Alcohol...

A travel blog entry by zee

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With no sleep since Dharamasala two days before, I found myself on the airport bus to Khao Sahn road. Though I was very happy to be heading away from India, I was not looking forward to Khao Sahn, and was planning to leave for an island as quickly as ...

Thai Cuisine - The Spice of Life, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Thai Cuisine - The Spice of Life

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... , Oh well, the pad thai looked good! Bringing me to the concept of outdoor cooking. Not all, but mostly all, kitchens in Thailand are outside. I gather there are a few reasons for this. For starters, it is a tropical climate thus being hot and humid ...

Running Out of Luck, Ko Chang, Thailand travel blog

Running Out of Luck

A travel blog entry by mikeandrachel

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... ) to a small ferry port, 40 minutes on a boat, and then finally another taxi to our hotel.  Thailand is famous for having several islands which are supposedly meant to have beautiful white sandy beaches and stunning landscapes. Many ...

The Venice of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

The Venice of Thailand

A travel blog entry by paulandciara

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We got up on the friday morning at 4.15am (Not much time for lie ins this week.) We were picked up at 4.45am and were on our way to the World famous floating markets just north of Bangkok.( www.thailandguidebook.com/floatingmarket ) We arrived about ...

Busy Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Busy Bangkok

A travel blog entry by benleah

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... very hot and humid and it makes me wonder how on earth I coped last time in India for 6 weeks? Our arrival into Thailand was somewhat unexpected with airport hiccups seemingly a recurring theme of this trip so far. We left Kelly and Anthony´s ...

Hornbills and Elephants, Pak Chong, Thailand travel blog

Hornbills and Elephants

A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds

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Joe: After a night of watching 3 million bats emerge from a cave, we had a nice dinner and retired early because the morning would bring a guided tour of Khao Yei National Park with the promise of great birds, elephants, and maybe even a big cat. Our ...

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