Apple Camp Khaoyai

188 Moo 17, Thanarat Rd., Nakorn Ratchasima, 30130, Thailand | Campground
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This campground is located on 188 Moo 17, Thanarat Rd., Nakorn Ratchasima.
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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima

Definitely last trip to farm

A travel blog entry by steve_m on Mar 20, 2013

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... tide the trees over till it rains.
George and Wan come to say goodbye. They have just been out to their farm to get some fish. The water is almost gone and you can paddle into their pond now. In fact someone has and there are hardly any of their fish left !
In the evening we go to say goodbye to Norng Fin who is anything but ...

Non-eventful day

A travel blog entry by the_schwerz on Feb 03, 2013

3 photos

... On a separate note, my right eye is becoming a pain. Yesterday evening at the market we were walking around and a bug flew in to my eye. It took me forever to get it out and it was a right big bugger! My eye has been really sore since and I woke up this morning to having a blood shot eye. Think the bug must of scratched it somehow. Last thing for today, another short post again sorry! ...

Day 151 - Train in the Night

A travel blog entry by craigadventure on Jun 11, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... linguists, sportsfans, thinkers, foodies etc. While on this trip, it has also reflected back to us the concept of nationalism which is not often at the top of the list in Canada and how we define ourselves. Everybody comes from somewhere. That in and of itself rarely defines you but it is nearly inescapable to have it influence who you are.

At 3pm we arrived at the ticket office, a short walk from our guesthouse, ready for our ride to a dedicated ...

Mad moo!

A travel blog entry by youloveit on Sep 09, 2010

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We arrived at the train station at 13.01, just in time for our train which was due to leave for Nakhon Ratchasima (otherwise known as Khorat) at 13.07. It had been such a rush to get there this morning that it was a relief to finally get a decent seat next to the fan and rest for a few minutes before our departure. But this was when it all went wrong!

As I sat there pondering life and its meaning, I thought back to earlier that morning and wondered whether ...

Sing a song, farang

A travel blog entry by caiter on Aug 30, 2010

1 comment, 1 photo

... one which led me to scrap my leg and start to bleed-yet another battle scar in my collection from Thailand-which didn’t hurt as much as worry me about attracting leeches.

Stephanie is from Australia and has lots of experiences trekking through the wilderness and returning with leeches. She gave us fair warning about them before starting our trip (which allowed Tara and I to have a sufficient freak out), mostly how they ...