G.B. Resort

Address: 30/1 Moo 8, Nai Plao, Khanom, Nakorn Si Thammarat, 80210, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Nakorn Si Thammarat.
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Nakhom Si Tharammat- The real Thailand

A travel blog entry by adventurebear on Nov 26, 2013

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... following day, Kat and all the other English teachers on the estate, went to work at 7:30am and we got ready for a day of adventures! We took our scooter over to the next town to find the sea. On our way over, all the locals shouted, whistled and waved at us. Some of them couldn't believe that there were 'foreigns' in their town. We sat in the port and had a drink, which we just about managed to order in Thai. We waved at all the ...

Headed South!

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 21, 2013

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... there's an large number of students using these at certain points throughout the day but they will often jump on the back and give up their seat for you in exchange for a smile and a 'sawadee-kaa/krap' greeting.

Everywhere we went the locals would stare, initially seeming unfriendly, but a smile and 'hello' soon has them grinning back. A lot of the time we felt like celebrities, particularly where school children were ...

Nakhon Si Thammarat

A travel blog entry by jeromeandclare on Dec 06, 2010

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Mon 6th Dec
Today we had a long day of travelling ahead of us as we cross the border into Thailand.
We travelled about 4 hours on the bus to get to the border between Malaysia and Thailand, we reached the border and had our passports stamped as we entered the border town of Hat Yai - in Thailand, Horay!! A quick glance at the stamps in our passports soon burst our bubbles. We were only given 15 days in Thailand and so were only stamped up until 20th Dec, ...


A travel blog entry by alainetaylor on Feb 02, 2010

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... walking around in the evening at the market and goofing off, good fun. We also hung out on Children's Day and have taken trips to the waterfall in my town, Nam Tok Yong. We go out to eat dinner sometimes, Thai barbeque, to the market, to the park, painting, or to the library to play mancala or Jenga. I love it. I can communicate well enough so that it's just like having normal friends, there's not much of a language barrier. ...

Last entry

A travel blog entry by sarah_summer on Jun 29, 2009


... for their picture to be taken with us ... sweet!

had a really amazing hike 2day up the largest waterfall in asia - was so amazing! a bit hard work as off the beaten track through a rain forest .. crazy stuff

um this is a really quick entry as the shop is closing lol - we think this our last entry because we are quite remote for the next few days so probably wont have internet - so ...