Far East Inn

Address: 20/8-9 Soi Bangkok bazaar,Off chidlom road, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | Hostel
 
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      Pour une 1ère journée... What à start,. We went to

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Feb 03, 2015

      17 comments

      ... et je suis mort de fatigue.heureusement je récupère mon sac et me rends sans autre incident à l'auberge où m'attend mon compagnon de voyage dans la rue car l'endroit est difficile à trouver. Heureuses retrouvailles et beau dodo. ce matin, nous allons déjeuner dans un petit resto oû nous rencontrons 2 profs québécois à la retraite, Guy et Serge qui décident de nous faire un tour de de ville par le ferry. Nous nous rendons dans le ...

      Bangkok Kicked Our Asses

      A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... still had a smile on his face. We made it back finally! We over paid him like nuts, but we made it back. We definitely said our prayers that night. So anyways, after eating some raw fish, which was not intentional for dinner, feeling super sick, and hoping our Dukerol would kick in, we went to bed. Now today, we pack, and get ready to get the hell out of here. Needless to say Bangkok kicked our assess, and if we miss our train you will be hearing back from us ...

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      A travel blog entry by maddyaw on Jan 09, 2015

      1 comment, 3 photos

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      A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Dec 14, 2014

      11 photos

      ... have a clue" should we know that? Anyway it was all worth it when in the morning we rolled back the mat on the front of our room and had an uninterrupted view out to sea and bright blue sunshine. I felt that my expectations of South East Asia beach had been satisfied! That evening we went back to Don't Tell Mama accommodation and took a sunset walk towards the main town of Sihanoukville not realising how far it actually was. We reached the town just before dark and had dinner at ...

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      A travel blog entry by gem_marc on Oct 09, 2014

      ... the most disgusting mustard yellow material and asking if he could make me a corduroy suit in the same colour with a pink tie. He took me seriously for a while until he saw us both laughing at which point we left and headed for the MBK. The MBK can only be described as the Arndale market to the power of ten! There were 6 floors of stalls selling watches, clothes, jewellery, phones, gadgets... Everything! We spent the day practicing our haggling skills and bought a few things before ...