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TravelPod Member ReviewsSabaidee Guesthouse Sukhothai
My advice would be not to stay here....its incredibly dirty and the staff don't seem to care much. Bad all round.
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... We were given cookbooks with all the recipes, even the ones we didn't choose to make today. I am eager to cook more Thai food. I think we're going to have to buy an outdoor wok burner. Our stove pales in comparison to heat that the burners at the school could put out. I'm still undecided in getting a mortar and pestle. I'm really glad the logistics worked out so that we could take this class on our last day in a Chiang Mai. I'm writing this entry from the train ...
... long so head back out. Walk through the old bar complex where many of the bars have changed their names, and probably their owners, since we were last here. I wander around the old alleys that I used to know so well when we were here full time. Returning to the main moat road I spot Dave sat at a barstool on his own so stop briefly to say hello. They have been up Doi Inthanon this morning but had heavy rain all of the ...
... You are treated like a VIP, the ever courteous staff (literally) bow to your needs, there is live music and unparalleled views of the city which play backdrop to very experienced, friendly bar staff who will whip you up a 'Dome Mojito' or a 'hangovertini' in no time! Being a backpacker, I stayed for one drink only, the reason being - it cost me more than I'd spent on food during the majority of my stay in Bangkok... Totally worth it though. Trust me, after a day spent in the ...
... measuring the amount of silver required, drawing the template, cutting the silver band, chiseling, polishing, hammered texture, soldering, drilling, bending, measuring the ring size to the final piece of jewelry that we each now wear. It was a lot of fun, sometimes hard to do, and a bit scary, because a bad cut was not necessarily fixable. Luckily we didn't have any major mistakes.
Before shaping the ring, we chiseled ...
... gt; China; Macau, Honk Kong -> China; Mongolia -> China) we wanted to apply for "multiple entries for 6 months" or at least for "double entry" but we were told the following:
- Multiple entries for 6 months: you can apply only from your home country.
- Double entry: you can apply from another country, but you need to submit several required documents (e.g. flight tickets, hotel reservations, trip itinerary).