Chakungrao Riverview Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kamphaeng Phet
... that we stay in the shopping centre car park overnight. The young officer did not have much English……but he had enough, and that's all that matters.
At first, I don’t think he quite understood what ridiculous thing I was asking, but he got on his walkie talkie and recreuited a few more folk to sort it out. I don’t usually ...
Kanchana Buri to Kamphaeng Phet
Got up early to have breakfast and get moving as I was planning a 315km ride to get to Nakhon Sawan for an overnight stay. Packed the bike and said all my goodbyes to friends whom gave me safe travel blessings in return with a few eyes welling up. It was very hard to leave Kanchana Buri.
I didn't get moving properly until 10am as my lower back was niggling. I stopped ...
I'm staying in the most beautiful little guest house! A big garden with lots of trees and greenery just like an African jungle with birds, at least one frog and a friendly Golden Retriever called Candy. Inbetween small wooden huts - the rooms. Little, marble walking paths lead along statues and a fountain with pink catfish, to the open, wooden living room and further huts with ...
... little bit too) didn't impress her. She stayed my shield.
Over his drunken head one of the ladies looked at me, I rolled my eyes and he signaled that I should just slap the beggar. Opening my eyes as wide as I could I used my right hand to first touch my heart and then waive off, while mouthing an 'oh my god, nooo' followed by a little giggle behind that same hand. Very lady-like, I thought and of course I didn't forget ...
... in front of me and I felt like I was on a proper road trip! To top it off; the driver loved his English music and so I was listening to Vogue and itsy bitsy, teeny, weeny yellow polka dot bikini!
I know it sounds daft but sat at the front of the vehicle with familiar songs blasting from the stereo, I felt all warm and fuzzy inside as I thought back to all of the random road trips I had been on in the UK and for the first time that ...