Travel Blogs from Bangkok, Thailand

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Back in Bangkok....who would have thought it?, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Back in Bangkok....who would have thought it?

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands

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... bumps or unexpected vibrations…and you always end up saying out loud, "is that normal??" Anyway, I digress. So we landed at Bangkok airport and caught the skytrain into town…bargain, 15 baht each!! Only 20 minutes to get to the city centre. ...

New adventures begin, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

New adventures begin

A travel blog entry by roseyben

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We arrived in Bangkok around lunch time and took a taxi to Thanon Khao San (Kho San Road) where all the backpackers head. Bangkok is crazy, busy and noisy as hell. We had only planned to spend a few days here and some how ended up staying a week which is ...

Finally leaving sunny Koh Tao, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Finally leaving sunny Koh Tao

A travel blog entry by roseyben

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... to Koh Tao and Darius who almost missed the ferry! We finally climbed on the bus and prepared for the 7 1/2 hour journey back to Bangkok. With a few movies to watch the journey isn't so bad and we checked in to Centre Point Hotel on Koh San Road (the ...

Last Day in Vietnam, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Last Day in Vietnam

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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... one of the ground crew arrived with the phone in hand!......Yeah! We had a great flight home and after arriving at the parking garage, noticed that someone had draped a small floral offering on the front of our car.  What a great place Thailand ...

Leaving the Land of Smiles...Smiling, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Leaving the Land of Smiles...Smiling

A travel blog entry by christinasworld

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... be a bit overzealous if not asinine. I smiled and beamed all the way to the travel agent and demanded to leave Bangkok at once. I secured a noon flight to Phnom Penh tomorrow afternoon and should arrive in Cambodia's capital a little after one ...

The First

The First "Ball"!

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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So finally this week I had the opportunity to wear one of my "fancy" dresses!  On Saturday evening, Club Canada Thailand hosted a Ball in order to raise funds for all of the charities that they support.  Ray and I figured that if we were going ...

Journey to beautiful La....okay, back to Bangkok!, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Journey to beautiful La....okay, back to Bangkok!

A travel blog entry by sarah

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... hit up tourists: I had a cheeky little monster on a full-suspension bike ask if he could have my watch. We passed back into Thailand across the Mekong River, and into the town of Nong Khai. It was only a few hour stop, waiting for our night train ...

Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bangkok

A travel blog entry by arlash

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... and trash is not scattered about as in other Asian cities. A nice change. I have island hopped getting back to Bangkok. The Thailand coast and Islands offer unique landscapes. I took a boat from Krabi and tried out different Islands. Nice beaches, not ...

Heading Home via 5 Star, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Heading Home via 5 Star

A travel blog entry by themurphys

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Arrived at 8pm at the hotel and got quite a culture shock.. not sure if we actually like staying 5 star... but give me a day and Im sure Ill adjust haha.... Anyway.. hotel is lovely and things worked out exactly as planned. We spent the two days ...

Off to work for Ray, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Off to work for Ray

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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This was Ray's official first day at work so he headed off at a bright and early 6:00. The kids and I did not get up at 6:00 but weren't far behind.....7:00. It was a big day as the internet people came to get us connected......hence the start of the ...

How much does it cost to live in Thailand (South), Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

How much does it cost to live in Thailand (South)

A travel blog entry by piholland

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... so this could have been much better. The rest was spent on ATM fee's, seemly unavoidable with a standard debit card in Thailand, usually around 150B a pop. We did some research to find Aeon were allegedly the only fee free withdrawals, but when we ...

Christmas Eve with our

Christmas Eve with our "RCMP Family"

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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... that you visit.....so in at the end of the posting you would have a great souvenir showing all of your travels here in Thailand.  Well, I just had to have it so I was the first person to steal........apparently, I wasn't the only person who wanted ...

Never say Never!, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Never say Never!

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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So as I walked around Nichada over the last couple of weeks I noted with interest that most everyone had a golf cart as a form of transportation. My initial thought was I will NEVER get one of those. It just seemed so unusual to see people off to ...

Out and About, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Out and About

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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... a little bit of "downtime"!   Last week myself and about 9 other members of Club Canada Thailand took a bike tour to a beautiful park area in Bangkok known as "The Lungs of Bangkok". After a short ride through the downtown, we took a ...

What wat?, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

What wat?

A travel blog entry by fyrelizard

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... Mount (big manmade hill). I wandered up- not too impressed by the temple at the top, but there are great views of Bangkok, and looked over one wall and saw the wonderful view of hundreds of dragon flies buzzing about. Anyway, then left, went outside and ...

Tour of the Canals of Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Tour of the Canals of Bangkok

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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... just us and one other person so a good start. The guide was really good, and being a Thai he clearly knew tons about Bangkok, it's history and the local culture.  After a short walk we arrived at our long boat and began our tour.  We navigated ...

Yes, Finally the Sea Shipment arrives!, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Yes, Finally the Sea Shipment arrives!

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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... and is a bit of an interesting concept.  The park has scaled down replicas of the major Wats of Thailand, restored original cultural structures and buildings, demonstrations of traditional Thai arts, a "floating market" and arts and crafts ...

Easter, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Easter

A travel blog entry by paul

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... wrote an email to him to see if he would be interested in helping the Hill Tribe people in Northern Thailand. I got an answer back that he was now in Bangkok, was interested and wanted to meet. We eventually arranged a time and met. It is looking good ...

Hanging around in Bangkok and learning Thai, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Hanging around in Bangkok and learning Thai

A travel blog entry by paul

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... the babies. What else? Oh, when I came home I saw the video of Kanjana's university graduation. The Crown Prince of Thailand gave Kanjana her degree and the Prime Minister, Khun Thaksin also attended, mixing with the crowd, talking to people and ...

End of a very good chapter, Bangkok, United Kingdom travel blog

End of a very good chapter

A travel blog entry by jeffs

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... company on 14th May, the date i left Nepal. I'm still in regular touch with both of them. I flew across to Thailand where, after 2 nights in Bangkok where i partied hard with a brilliant group of people and had my eye brow pierced, i re-united with ...

Bangkok - Part two, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bangkok - Part two

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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... screaming Charlotte out the doors. We headed for Baiyoke Sky Hotel which is listed in Lonely Planet under the section "Quirky Bangkok", in reality it was anything but, it's over-the-top stylish and enormous, massively expensive but totally mainstream. ...

Overnight train to Butterworth, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Overnight train to Butterworth

A travel blog entry by jawad

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... bus marathon. The last three days in Bangkok have been overwhelmed by celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the King of Thailand's accession to the throne. The Thai people love their king and nearly everyone is sporting the bright yellow "I love ...

Violence in Southern Thailand, Bangkok, Ngorogoro Crater and South Thailand, Tanzania travel blog

Violence in Southern Thailand

A travel blog entry by paul

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... Bangkok is. However it does seem more possible now that some idiot will do something stupid in Bangkok or at a tourist site somewhere in Thailand. I think the people involved however have limited capacity and anything they do will hopefully be quite ...

Volunteer opportunities from Bangkok Post, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Volunteer opportunities from Bangkok Post

A travel blog entry by paul

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... @psiasia.org. Bank info: Bangkok Bank, Phloen Chit branch, a/c name: Population Services International (PSI)-Asia (Thailand), savings a/c no. 205-0-47385-5. - Social services Missing persons: The Missing Persons Information Centre gives hope and ...

Wedding plans / info, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Wedding plans / info

A travel blog entry by paul

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... internet. Here are two examples: http://www.bangkok.com/ http://www.gothailand.com/index.htm http://www.bimandruth.com/travel/thailand/ I wouldn't bother buying a Lonely Planet guidebook, it is a waste of money. I can also give you more suggestions ...

The Road More Travelled, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

The Road More Travelled

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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... in the world, and quirky too - you have to stand for the king before the film starts and watch a little video about how great Thailand is, which is all cool. What wasn't so cool was Katherine and Catie's choice of film. Vinny and I had wanted some ...

Christmas in Thailand for Paul, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Christmas in Thailand for Paul

A travel blog entry by paul

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Many of you may be wondering about Christmas in Thailand. As you probably already know Thailand is a predominantly Buddhist country (and Christmas is somehow related to Christianity - although the relationship is not really clear to me - something about ...

Everyone is Back in Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Everyone is Back in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by cyndyh

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... first one back on Nov. 30th and she shared some great stories about her fabulous trip to Bali.  On Dec. 1, Club Canada Thailand hosted a Christmas luncheon at one of the member's places so I attended to enjoy a nice meal and great company.  ...

Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bangkok

A travel blog entry by cleff

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Another dream country visited!, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Another dream country visited!

A travel blog entry by paulandciara

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We arrived in Bangkok at 3pm Thailand time on Monday 4th September after an 11.5hr flight on Thai Airways (Not as good a trip as on Malaysia Airlines - no personal tv to watch on back of seat and customer service not as good), but we were able to get 5 to ...

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