Pa Thong Suk Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Sukhothai
... sprinklers" above the road way which were spraying water all day; and hoses were available for filling large barrels. Staying dry was not going to be an option.
We got through the initial gauntlet to the market where we bought apples and our own celebration shirts. But it was on our walk back to our bikes that the fun really started. The entire street was lined with individual ...
... aber der Töff mit allem Material auf den Pickup. Da keine Rampe oder einen Kran vorhanden ist, müssen alle anpacken und von Hand auf den Pickup bringen. Sogar der Polizist hilft, was mir zeigt, wie hilfsbereit die Leute hier sind. In Tak können wir dann einen neuen schlauch finden und schlussendlich weiterfahren.
Wir beschliessen einige Tage in Sukhothai zu bleiben, da ich etwas Erholung brauche. Es gibt ...
... Incredibly friendly and helpful. The room was small and hot as only had a fan but was ok for 2 nights. It was very clean and the restaurant was lovely. I had a full English this morning that was well needed (didn't get beans though - I miss my baked beans lol!). I would have to say this has been the best place so far for friendliness and tranquility. Maybe my home stay tomorrow will top this, lets wait and ...
... and vintage crockery. Full of such charm and the only visible English sign was a black board bearing the daily specials of Sukhothai curry and mango juice. The people were so welcoming and it really felt like we were in their front room. Overrun with so many western visitors, the owners simply present you with a sheet of paper with translated dishes and you simply tick which one you would like! In true kitsch style there was also coffee mate on the ...
... to get a better view (I'm tall in Asia!), we didn't manage to stay to the end. I'm pretty sure though, that my equipment damaging escapades had no affect on the show... Finally we headed to the second market in the ancient ruins; a mock up of an old food market selling every type of Thai delicacy you could imagine, jackpot! We munched our way through the stalls, trying everything we thought would not have a lasting affect on our bowels. We had found the Thailand we were looking ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting