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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima
... way down the aisles- doubt that'd be allowed on Arriva Trains Wales! We also had a strange encounter with the tourism police who came over to ask where we were getting off. As we answered, the guy who asked the question was smiling whilst his colleague was taking photos of the three of us on his phone. They didn't ask or anything, just started snapping away. We saw this happen again and again with ...
... the Thai massage or we could call it torture, well there was bending snapping and cracking and body twisting. After one hour it was over but the benefits were already obvious. We then set off to get the visas choice of transport was the local hop on hop off 7 baht each so about 15p and a laugh. This got us to the BTS where we opted for pay as you go fares we weren't planning on ridding the train all day. We got close to the Embassy add still had time so grabbed a beer in an Irish ...
... senses. Outside is filled with tourist stalls, temples and food stalls, I love the cowboy hats and I'm sorely tempted to buy one for the road!
When leaving, the road down to Nang Rong was a twisting and turning, steep in places, downhill…yeeha. I passed one cyclist heading up and I felt his pain, this had been my first climb in a long time. From here I traveled via Chok Chai, Pak Chong, Saraburi, Nong Khae, Wang Noi and ...
... businessman, and two couples: one Thai (she seemed to look into her mirror and adjust her hair every two minutes), and one consisting of an older white man and a middle-aged (and fairly affectionate) Thai woman.
We were seated next to one of the many giant windows, which opened directly to the air outside, providing a pleasant breeze. We spent much of the ride zipping by colorfully-dressed farmers bent over flooded fields. The flat topography was ...
... for it not being sure what to
expect other than a lot of mental hardship.
Some people would think that 10
days at an isolated resort within nature with food and shelter provided
would be a great and relaxing way to end up 7 months of constant travelling.
Although indeed the setting and the services provided by the people there were
excellent, this is not the case.
Not mentally for sure and not physically (at
least for me who suffers ...