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Hi ho, a trekking we shall go!, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Hi ho, a trekking we shall go!

A travel blog entry by lizand_rich

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It took 12 hours on an over night train to get to Chiang Mai. As soon as we got to our guest house at 8am we were already being sold a 3 day trek starting the very next day! So we decided to waste no time and booked our selves in for a bit of adventure ...

Kanchanaburi - Very Moving, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Kanchanaburi - Very Moving

A travel blog entry by andanddan

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... enemy. Thinking about all of this happening at the site on which we were standing was very poignant indeed. Our last meal in Thailand was spent at a floating restaurant on the banks of the Kwai, in the shadow of the bridge - it seemed appropriate that ...

2 Jan 2550 - to Chaing Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

2 Jan 2550 - to Chaing Mai

A travel blog entry by paul

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... that are trying to make money via prostitution. It is easy and convenient for tourists. For those that are more interested in "real" Thailand, I wouldn't suggest much time in Chiang Mai. But it can be used a warning. If you do travel to normal Thailand, ...

Leaving Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Leaving Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by oriolesman

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... , jewelry, and other handicrafts, as well as some of the most delicious and mouth-watering food I've had since arriving in Thailand.  I bought a few souvenirs, ordered one last bowl of mango and sticky rice (for sixty cents), and met a group of  ...

Jungle Fever, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Jungle Fever

A travel blog entry by shaunduvall

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... Brian & Lucinda from the US, followed by darts and pool....I feel another hangover coming..... Saturday 3rd July 2004 When in Thailand....you go on a cookery course - out into the countryside, to the market to collect the ingredients, and your away ...

The long neck Women of the Padaung Hilltribe, Chiang Rai, Thailand travel blog

The long neck Women of the Padaung Hilltribe

A travel blog entry by suzettesp

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... of these rings, from the shins down to the ankles. Here's the weird bit.  All the Long Neck "villages" in Thailand are established with government help and tourists are definitely kept in mind when planning them out, they aren't managed ...

Zoo Visit, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Zoo Visit

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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As most of you know we love zoos, so we made a trip to the city's zoo. Since they (Thai Government) are not concerned about legal issues (like back in the States) you can get very close to the animals. This allows for some great pictures even though ...

Leaving Asia, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Leaving Asia

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... some good stories though. I'll miss the people of Southeast Asia. Absolutely the friendliest in the world. Whether it's the women in Thailand who gave me rides on their motorbikes or the school-aged girls who stop to talk to you just to improve their ...

Canoeing through Ao Phang-Nga, Gulf of Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Canoeing through Ao Phang-Nga

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... sleep, I arose at 7am for an experience that I have looked forward to for years - one of which you see in tourist brochures of Thailand. After being picked up at 8am, the mini bus took me and a group of very social over 55s to Ao Poh jetty. A fairly ...

trip to ko samui part 1, Chumphon, Thailand travel blog

trip to ko samui part 1

A travel blog entry by jackandandrew

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Hey every body. we are doin the trip in 2 parts so that u can see on the map exactly where we have been! so we left bangkok 2 nights ago. we were supposed to get the bus at 8 in the evening, except that it decide not to turn up untill 10 30 so we both ...

Don't hold your breath!, Koh Phi Phi, Thailand travel blog

Don't hold your breath!

A travel blog entry by idarich

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Phew, no rest for the wicked! After completing our Day Skipper course on Friday 1 July, we caught the ferry straight back to the backpacker isle of Phi Phi, where we planned to do an open water scuba course. We'd barely settled into our bay-view bungalow ...

Doi Suthep- Part I: Arrival, Doi Suthep, Thailand travel blog

Doi Suthep- Part I: Arrival

A travel blog entry by oriolesman

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... .  No one said this was going to be easy. The temple is an extremely popular tourist destination in Thailand and reminded me of some of our larger national parks in the United States, like Yosemite or Yellowstone, buzzing with ...

Hua Hin, Hua Hin, Thailand travel blog

Hua Hin

A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010

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Hello again, So after The Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan (see previous blog entry) we made the very long trip to Hua Hin, a stopping off point before getting to Bangkok. We arrived here at 2am after a 12hr journey from the island, and after being ...

Back to Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Back to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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Unfortunately Khun Maa and Phaaw had to go to Koen Kaen very early this morning for a teachers seminar meaning even with my best effort to get up early we said our goodbyes with me still standing in a towel fresh out the bathroom. It did give me some ...

Bangkok Label, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bangkok Label

A travel blog entry by jr_riel

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... I have a tale to share about the dangers of manholes. I'll have to get over the initial shock, tho. (Don't worry, no limbs lost). That's it for the now. I'll update more later. Take care everyone! Ciao, JR Riel via Jay Mart, Bangkok, Thailand ...

Camping on Deserted Islands and being a Hippie, Ko Phi Phi, Thailand travel blog

Camping on Deserted Islands and being a Hippie

A travel blog entry by catters

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... glad to make my way over, and in the end beautiful sunshine for all but one of the days! Anyone who has not travelled Thailand would not understand the "lady boy" thing. The first night at a Lady Boy Caberet show was disturbing to say the least. ...

5 Feb 2550 - Kanchana comes to Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai, Thailand travel blog

5 Feb 2550 - Kanchana comes to Chiang Rai

A travel blog entry by paul

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... now about two weeks later, although it is much better than it was. Next task for the day was to meet up with Julie, a journalist that had arranged through Antipodeans to come and do a story on volunteering in Thailand. I met her at the night ...

Ko Tao, Ko Tao, Thailand travel blog

Ko Tao

A travel blog entry by madman96

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I wake up and hop on the ferry to Ko Tao and am there a short hour and a half later.  This place looks amazing just from the approach to the island.  I hop off the boat and share a taxi with a Swedish girl and two Canadians.  Amazing how ...

The end of the road, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

The end of the road

A travel blog entry by lizandsteve

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... biking our way around Asia, we've finally reached the end of the road and fly back to Sydney tomorrow. Since returning to Thailand from India, we've managed to fill in a month reaquainting ourselves with the little patch of paradise known as Koh Chang, ...

Kanchana's videos, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Kanchana's videos

A travel blog entry by paul

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... have fallen to my lot. They amount to fourteen." Abd Er-Rahman III of Spain(960 C.E.) Here are some videos of Thailand, mainly made by Kanchana whilst I have been away. Many were made in the Isaan region of Thailand whilst Kanchana was ...

Photo Blog - All Over Thailand, Phuket, Thailand travel blog

Photo Blog - All Over Thailand

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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This blog entry is just a place to put a bunch of photos from all over Thailand. Places include Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, Maya Bay(aka Leonadro Di Caprio's "The Beach")  Koh Lanta, Tonsai and Railay Beach, Chiang Mai, & ...

Relaxing post New Year and pre Burma!, Ko Samet, Thailand travel blog

Relaxing post New Year and pre Burma!

A travel blog entry by will

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Knowing it would take four working days for my Bangladesh visa to be ready, my friend Julie and I decided to get out of the steamy concrete metropolis that is Bangkok and relax for a few days on the island of Ko Samet, four hours drive and a short ferry ...

What an opener..., Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

What an opener...

A travel blog entry by smartandsassy

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I arrived in Bangkok and was checked into my hotel by a ladyboy.  A LADYBOY.  Thailand, it appears you do not disappoint.  ...

I spent today playing with tigers, yep!, Mae Rim, Thailand travel blog

I spent today playing with tigers, yep!

A travel blog entry by suzettesp

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Today I spent the day at Tiger Kingdom in Mae Rim, its close to the Four Seasons and a little like it!  I'm not used to seeing animal parks with five star bathrooms, and I was pleasantly surprised!  It was only B300 ($9-ish US) to spend a half ...

First Day of School, Phayakkhaphum Phisai, Thailand travel blog

First Day of School

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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Not feeling like having breakfast this morning I simply said I might have some a little later and with that the ears pricked up "a little?" as Khoon Maa merrily hands me a plate overflowing with rice and chicken - I really hope that was chicken! The ...

Bustling Bangers, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Bustling Bangers

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... in the same ilk of those $2 shops that line Smith st collingwood. Picked up two of the cheapest Chinese brollies in thailand and they have served us faithfully until here (i'm updating this from Kathmandu!!!) In china our brand of brolly was the cheapest ...

Tribal Rituals from Thailand's Tallest  Peak, Baan Hin Lek Fai, Thailand travel blog

Tribal Rituals from Thailand's Tallest Peak

A travel blog entry by lisa-ashley

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... ascended Doi Ithanon, Thailand's tallest peak. We arrived at a village called Baan Khun Tae, a Keren hill tribe in Northern Thailand. I'd wondered when we were going to stop because my insides needing settling from the blender they were put through on ...

The Colour Orange, Bangkok,Viernam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand travel blog

The Colour Orange

A travel blog entry by arewethere.yet

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Monks:  they are mysterious, spiritual and almost mystical.  Their presence in a town is always comforting. In Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, they are part of the scenery.  Men/boys, at some point in their lives, all have to belong to a Wat ...

One night in Bangok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

One night in Bangok

A travel blog entry by cherry

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We both woke up at 5 this morning, unable to get back to sleep. Gotta love what flying does to your sleep patterns - I normally have no problem sleeping in til noon. We went for a bit of a wander last night and found a great little restaurant not far ...

Back to the Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Back to the Bangkok

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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We are back in Bangkok after a 3 ride from Ko Chang. Yesterday checked into a French owned hotel called "Le Fenix" on Soi 11(Soi means a small road in Thai) which just happens to be across the street from our old Soi 8 address. After sundown, we went ...

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