Travel Blogs from Thailand, Thailand

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Bright lights of Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bright lights of Bangkok

A travel blog entry by nickiemoore

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An Air India farce From Kathmandu we flew to Bangkok, via Delhi, for our next leg around S.E Asia, and we were clearly reminded why, environmental implications apart, we hated flying. We were flying Indian Airlines / Air India who, it seems, can’t ...

Royal Flora with a French and a Scottsman, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Royal Flora with a French and a Scottsman

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... celebrations of His Majesty's Accession to the Throne in 2006 and the 80th Birthday of His Majesty the King of Thailand in 2007.   Perfectly manicured lawns and beds of colorful flowers create an appeasing setting tainted by sausage stands and ice ...

Somewhere over SE Asia, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Somewhere over SE Asia

A travel blog entry by mbgower

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Technology is mesing with the flow of this travelogue! Most of my time so far has been on planes or subsumed by the IBM Project That Won't Go Away, so sorry for these odd iPod-transmitted posts. I'm now en route for Delhi via Bangkok. I spent my morning ...

Crouching Tiger.. not so hidden elephant, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Crouching Tiger.. not so hidden elephant

A travel blog entry by thomaswguy

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... but we decided to follow him and take him up on his offer of free entry and 100 Baht (just under 2 quid) for a drink... expensive in Thailand but we decided it was fine seeing as we didn't have to pay entry.  We were let into a seedy little club with ...

Ciao Ciao Chiang Mai, Last Entry From Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Ciao Ciao Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... and it is the most beautiful thing I can take away from having been a part of this community of NGO's in Northern Thailand. I fondly recall winter nights around the fire with the girls singing old anti-communist songs, cooking western food for our Thai ...

How Not To Get To Malaysia, Phatthalung, Thailand travel blog

How Not To Get To Malaysia

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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... spend all our remaining Thai Currency on snacks before we were again on our way, heading for the south west border crossing. We walked from Thailand to Malaysia, as we have found that this is more fun and less hassle than trying to get a bus or taxi or ...

All roads lead to Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

All roads lead to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by rachel_jodie

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... way again. So, here we are in Bangkok- again, enjoying a 24 hour lay-over before heading up to Chiang Mai (north of thailand) tonight. Our week in Siem Reap was really wonderful.... one not soon to be forgotten. We wrote last that we had been invited ...

Delhi belly in Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Delhi belly in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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So after arriving on the train in the wee hours of the morning, we waited till a travel place opened up. When one did we booked a minivan/taxi combo to Siem Reap in Cambodia leaving the next day. So we had a day to kill in Bangkok and we ended up doing ...

How not to get ready for 27 hours of travel, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

How not to get ready for 27 hours of travel

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... in Bangkok and since I would be leaving I figured I had to go and see it for myself at least once. (When in Thailand...!) That was an interesting experience and it was fun taking local buses to get there since I am now a veteran of the transportation ...

The Bustle of Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

The Bustle of Bangkok

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... Buddah. Sitting atop a golden altar, the diminutive figure is always cloaked in royal robes reflecting one of the three seasons of Thailand. As I walked inside Wat Phra Kaew, it was not so much the Buddah that intrigued me, buttThe sounds of those praying ...

The Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

The Grand Palace

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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... Temple of the Emerald Buddha which sits on the site of the Grand Palace and acts as the personal temple of the Monarch.   Thailand is a constitutional monarchy.  The King of Thailand (or, as he used to be known, the King of Siam) is the ...

A Year Today. Coming home Part 2., Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

A Year Today. Coming home Part 2.

A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder

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I inevitably left the last blog post to today!  A year ago today Ben and I were leaving from Munich to Bangkok to embark on our TESOL and backpacking adventure. I cannot fathom how fast the time has flown. It has been 19 weeks and 5 days since we ...

Ko Tao - Beach Life!, Ko Tao, Thailand travel blog

Ko Tao - Beach Life!

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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The bus/boat trip from Bangkok to Ko Tao was pretty uneventful, surprising considering dodgy transport has become a recurring theme on our trip, the VIP bus runs overnight and despite hearing all the horror-stories regarding being drugged and the ...

Our Final Hours in Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Our Final Hours in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by mikeandrachel

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... souvenirs to help raise money; they even sell t-shirts which state the slogan ‘shutdown Bangkok, restart Thailand’.  Bangkok is famously known for having some odd nightlife which is specifically confined to several streets ...

Luang prabang to Chiang Mai, Thailand, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Luang prabang to Chiang Mai, Thailand

A travel blog entry by marshallmatters

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The original plan when we came to Chiang Mai was to only stay for a week; however, we ended up staying for two and half weeks.  So, here are the highlights of our time there. On arriving at our destination it became clear that Nic was not well, ...

Pai & The Bakery, Pai, Thailand travel blog

Pai & The Bakery

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... religious and the fights were quite intense and interesting to watch. I had a very good time watching something very traditional to Thailand. The knockout of the night went to a small little English fighter who was being pummeled for an entire round and ...

Bang! Bang! in Bangkok - days 39 to 48, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bang! Bang! in Bangkok - days 39 to 48

A travel blog entry by thetwodaves

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... up for the let-down.    We needed to escape our boredom, so needed to escape Bangkok, and indeed Thailand entirely given the unrest being released in other provincial cities.  We could have taken one of the numerous journeys offered ...

Sun.... Sea... Sand... Sandcastles, Koh Tao, Thailand travel blog

Sun.... Sea... Sand... Sandcastles

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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"Pew, Pew, Barney McGrew, Cuthbert, Dibble and Grub" -- Ecclesiastes, 2:17 I'm aware that I spent most of the last entry complaining about the Kho San road, and then the rest of it slagging off the Devil Wears Prada. All I can say in my ...

Lingering in Limbo, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Lingering in Limbo

A travel blog entry by christinasworld

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... have their work cut out for them if they came to Bangkok. It seems we'd all but forgotten that we were in Thailand as our conversation was so engrossed in the politics of America and then suddenly Wendy pointed out that an elephant was walking down the ...

The Thing I Carried, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

The Thing I Carried

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... Tanks rolled past bars packed with people and soldiers began to line the streets in strategic locations. I was witnessing one of Thailand's coup d'etat's and I had a front row seat. Another chance at Democracy, or lack thereof, new beginning for Thailand, ...

Bikini's, Beaches, Booze- I like B's, Ko Lanta, Ko Phi Phi, Railay, Thailand travel blog

Bikini's, Beaches, Booze- I like B's

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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It felt like we were swimming in the tropical fish tank at the dentist office. Yellow fish with black stripes, purple fish with orange lips, and turquoise fish with green tails. Not to mention the color of the water in Maya Bay resembled a ...

...this and that..., Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

...this and that...

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... p.m., the temple bells are ringing. The soi dogs are barking. I smell the noodles cooking. I still can't believe I live in Thailand. P.S. Past blog "From the Rubber Triangle to the Golden Triangle" has been published for a UK based travel magazine. ...

Tuk the Train to the Cat to get to the Turtle, Chumphon, Thailand travel blog

Tuk the Train to the Cat to get to the Turtle

A travel blog entry by martinandkate

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Ko Tao = Turtle Island. Our next destination. It was a reccomendation on the basis of Ko Samui being very busy and overun by bars and louts. The journey required a series of little transfers and a 12 hour semi-epic trip. We left the serviced ...

Goodbye Laos, Hello Thailand!, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand travel blog

Goodbye Laos, Hello Thailand!

A travel blog entry by jlaire

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... over a Leo beer. 11/11/2011: We send our last package home from Asia and this is the cheapest and most effecient service yet - Thailand just gets better and better. We take the local bus (song-tow roughly in English) again to the bus station and buy our ...

Government Health Warning, Khanom, Thailand travel blog

Government Health Warning

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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"There's the rub" -- Swingers It turns out that Kho Phi Phi is experiencing some of the worst storms in years.... It's funny how these things work out. Vinny, Katherine, Catie and my good self continued our laid back approach to life on ...

Hat Yai, Hat Yai, Thailand travel blog

Hat Yai

A travel blog entry by kimandrob

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... sadly no exciting plane food for me. Hat Yai was full of people camping out overnight, so they could leave and re-enter Thailand to renew their Thai visas. So devoid of anything of note, we ended up eating in McDonalds. Our hostel was quite something to ...

Tarutao, Tarutao, Thailand travel blog

Tarutao

A travel blog entry by kimandrob

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... all sorts of crazy ideas! Trying very hard to dispel them we got a boat to the island of Tarutao. We arrived on Thailand's least visited island to be greated with somthing that looked more like a deserted Center Parks than a deserted desert island. We ...

Thailand sucks!!!, Trat, Thailand travel blog

Thailand sucks!!!

A travel blog entry by zee

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... further from our beds than we had to. Debating between going to Koh Chang off the Thai coast or Sihanoukville in Cambodia, we decided that Thailand had sucked so much that we may as well move on to Cambodia. So eager were we to leave that we got up at ...

Let the Games Begin, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Let the Games Begin

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... and as my step mom once remarked how much I fly. I had been in Bangkok twice before, once when I first arrived in Thailand last July and coincidentally the day the Thaksin regime was overthrown in the coup d'etat on September 19th. But, this time ...

In the jungle the mighty jungle, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

In the jungle the mighty jungle

A travel blog entry by emmaandemma

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Hey there, So when we had nicely settled in to our (boiling hot) room in Banana Guest house we had to decide on what to do with our time here. So after wandering around the town a while we booked our train out of here to Bangkok just in case ...

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