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The Kanchanaburi Province, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

The Kanchanaburi Province

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... Then there's the food. The Kanchanaburi night market is well worth a sly visit. Naturally we sampled what is boasted as 'Thailand's best fried mussels' - they weren't so great, though there were plenty more sumptuous snackeroos to keep us going for at ...

Couch Surf Ko Phangan, Ko Phangan, Thailand travel blog

Couch Surf Ko Phangan

A travel blog entry by you_know_zo

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So, having said our goodbyes on Ko Tao, we took a short ferry ride over to Ko Phangan... the Thai island famous for its Full Moon, half moon, black moon etc. parties... Unfortunately we didn't time our trip right for any kind of party...  However, ...

Lost in Translation, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by supertrampz

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*****************8 Friday 26th March To experience how it feels to be a pedestrian in Bangkok take a walk over your local rubbish tip on the hottest day of the year, sniff the rotten air, smoke a fag every 30 metres and hit yourself over the head ...

Peace of Pai, Pai, Thailand travel blog

Peace of Pai

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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Home Run!, Phayakkhaphum Phisai, Thailand travel blog

Home Run!

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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And the cow is alright! Continued trying to teach some tongue twisters today with some of the younger classes which turned into a complete mauling of the language but they still had fun though which is the main thing. Some commotion outside the ...

Aye, Aye it's the jungle of Khoa Yai, Khoa Yai National Park, Thailand travel blog

Aye, Aye it's the jungle of Khoa Yai

A travel blog entry by wordsworths

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Khoa Yai is a national park full of jungle, wild animals & waterfalls. Possibly the scariest journey yet in terms of not being sure where we were going nor how we were going to get there. Started off well on Khoa San Road; the taxi meters lined ...

Stop Slavery, Mae Sai, Thailand travel blog

Stop Slavery

A travel blog entry by paul

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... sold her into prostitution. This wasn't true and now the girl lives with her family and village in Northern Thailand. Case 2. A rich Thai family visited the hill tribes in Northern Thailand. While visiting one family they commented that their ...

Chinatown, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Chinatown

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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Today we took a cab for Bangkok's "Chinatown" which is about 1 hour drive from our hotel (based on the traffic). I know we all think Washington's has bad traffic, but I think this is much worst! Only positive thing to it is somehow, and I do not ...

Val-deri,Val-dera... my knapsack on my back, Surat Thani, Thailand travel blog

Val-deri,Val-dera... my knapsack on my back

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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Ko Samui, Ko Samui, Thailand travel blog

Ko Samui

A travel blog entry by faff

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... you read the local paper there are quite a few articles about drug busts and dodgey bar owners. When you come to Thailand you will almost certainly be propositioned many times by some slick looking indian / nepalise man trying to selling you a ...

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