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post Dec 12 2011, 09:36 PM
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Sawatdii ka / hi
I am travelling to Thailand for two months. This will be my 9th trip (very auspicious). My previous 8 trips have all been with friends and I have mostly stayed in 3 to 4 star hotels.
So I am familiar with the culture and the people and the food. I know a small amount (nit noi) of the language, and will attend language school for the first week or so when I arrive in Bangkok.
I will be travelling around Thailand by myself for around six weeks. i am female - middle 50s intend to stay in hostels / similar. Yes I hope to go both north and south.
My question is, do hostels provide 'lockable' storage? This is so that I know that if I go sightseeing etc, I can safely leave things like my iPad behind at the hostel while I am out all day.
Khop khun ka / thank you in advance.
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