Korat Resort Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima
... that she wanted to learn how to cook some Thai food whilst we were here and Tony said the best place to do it would be in the village. Today she made some spring rolls with the other women here in the house. We normally joke with her how she can't cook, but I was very impressed. It went down a treat and no-one seems to of killed over yet... I'm intrigued to see what she decides to cook ...
... at this time of day apart from one bar playing loud music and full of waters drinking for breakfast - if they even know it is breakfast time ?! We pick up Rajdamnoen Road at the Democracy Monument and walk down to Wat Rajnadda. The temple here is unusual, based upon a monastery in Sri Lanka. The central structure, Loh Prasat or Iron Monastery, is named after the 37 metal spires that adorn the roof, ...
... which we would ride to the Thai border before switching to our sleeper train taking us to Bangkok.
After they told us to get into a white SUV which immediately drove away we thought we’d missed the ride. They then told us the ‘bus’ would be by soon. In about 20minutes we squeezed in with 12 other foreigners into the back of the ‘pick up bench bus’ and sat sweaty with each other for the next 20min or so. Given the conditions, the ...
... to pack anything. I normally do a quick scan of the room anyway, even if I'm late and I specifically remembered doing one that morning. Although I had a flashback of me getting changed out of my pyjama's in the bathroom before taking a shower and then coming out in just a towel, leaving my clothes in there - had I remembered to collect them and pack them?! I got up quickly and opened my backpack to set my mind at rest but my moo pyjama's were nowhere to be seen! ...
... you, they’re just gross, and that it is better to just let them be on you until they finish because if you pull them off, you gush and attract more. She said she always pulls them off because she can’t stand them, but that you bleed for ages after. I was clearly not excited to encounter these things.
So we finally got to our raft after the 2.5-kilometer hike. The guide there told us to rinse off the mud and play in the ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking