Travel Blogs from Thailand

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Hello everyone! jayne here thought we would ..., Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Hello everyone! jayne here thought we would ...

A travel blog entry by worldismycanvas

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... has to be done using an inanimate object in between or using a "non-monk" male to pass stuff. It is interesting here in Thailand because it is very common to see two men or boys touching eachother in an non-homosexual way and 2 women walking, holding ...

Chiang Mai Chillin', Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Chiang Mai Chillin'

A travel blog entry by meercatvinny

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Ooooh its nice here. Really nice. The stories were all true. Its so relaxed and laid back here. Reminds me a bit of Yangshou in China, a real backpackery (is that even a word? It is now!!) kinda place. We hopped off the overnight train, which was ...

Ko Lipe, Thailand: Mango Shake Chillout, Ko Bulon Le, Thailand travel blog

Ko Lipe, Thailand: Mango Shake Chillout

A travel blog entry by samber

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Our original plans were to go Ko Ngai - Ko Mook - Ko Kraden and then Ko Libong but on arriving in the archipelago and seeing how close everything was we decided to go further afield to a small island called Ko Lipe. Located near the Malaysian border it ...

Monkeys and antiquities, Ayutthaya, Lopburi and Phitsanulok, Thailand travel blog

Monkeys and antiquities

A travel blog entry by mimmik

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... like a sleepy little town, nice to wander thru, good food at the night market (including the best omelette I've had so far in Thailand, made by a really nice guy and his mum, who was the wok master!). Itinerary decision: Lynda and I are off on the ...

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 ...

Lions Elephants and Bundials, Kanchanburi, Thailand travel blog

Lions Elephants and Bundials

A travel blog entry by catters

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... seen All of these were amazing and things I could talk forever about. A picture tells a thousand words so I have tried to put a few that capture it on here. It has been real good to get away from the islands and get into the adventure that is ...

Crashing back to earth, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Crashing back to earth

A travel blog entry by baldtel_on_tour

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Well i wasn't expecting that!!!! Ok, so an unexplained chain of events happened, when I went to the cash machine. I didn't get any money out. Actually, the machine wouldn't let me take any more out. Bugger!! I tried every machine in the area. ...

Back in the Magic Kingdom, Chiang Mai, Thailand travel blog

Back in the Magic Kingdom

A travel blog entry by christinasworld

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... me of bee keepers covered black with honey bees that with the slightest movement clump to the ground. Welcome back to Thailand! Chaing Mai seems a bit like Bangkok only smaller but seedier but that's only my first impression. There's beauty here I ...

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, ...

Temples and Buddhist worshipers, Bangkok, Thailand travel blog

Temples and Buddhist worshipers

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... the only sound was the few whistles from the uniformed officers. I looked at Kim and said " I think the King of Thailand is coming", we watched as the convoy of royal vehicles whipped through the intersections. There were probably 12 red mercedes coupes ...

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