Muaklek Valley And Country Club

207 Moo 5, T. Mittapap, A. Muaklek, Sara Buri, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 207 Moo 5, T. Mittapap, A. Muaklek, Sara Buri.
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Travel Blogs from Sara Buri

Sweat, Dirt and Temples

A travel blog entry by notgettinglost on Mar 15, 2014

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... three more arrived: Ed, Henry and Briony from Cambridge who are travelling together on a gap year. Our guide was also there, not sure how to properly spell his name but we call him Boon. He's from Laos and is a small friendly guy! This means I am now in a tour with 4 people from England and there are five of us in total including me.

We left Bangkok in a silver air-con minivan and headed for Ayutthaya, a 2 hour drive. We arrived in Ayutthaya around ...

We're not prostitutes, get us out of here!

A travel blog entry by charlyhurford on Feb 03, 2014

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I officially have 7 working days left at Fueng Fah... In this case, 7 is no longer my favourite, nor my lucky number. I have been in Thailand for nearly 3 months for those of you counting and missing me terribly (hands up... No one? Well alrighty then moving on...). As much as I am looking forward to my next adventure, leaving here will once again be one of the hardest things I've had to do... I am refusing to think about it yet but ...

Ancient City of Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by goingmyownway on Dec 08, 2013

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... at a restaurant near the bike shop and then we went to a nearby hotel which allowed us to use their swimming pool. We spent the afternoon swimming and lazing by the pool, but the water was freezing and it wasn't that hot outside because it was late afternoon, so it wasn't quite what we had anticipated. We returned to the hotel by tuk tuk, and packed everything up ready for the 8 hour overnight bus ride to Chiangmai for the elephant sanctuary ...

Bridges and Temples

A travel blog entry by ruth2014 on Nov 20, 2013

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... before which consisted of many middle aged man being chatted up by young Thai women. After the bridge we sat down for lunch on the floating restaurant but mistakenly chose to go for the buffet which was just a bit cold and tasteless. Lesson learned, never go for buffet aboard its always going to look better than it tastes!! After lunch we headed for the local war museum which was quite interesting and full of left over war time machines, bridge parts, photographs and ...

Sleeper train - Bangkok to Nong Khai

A travel blog entry by blay94 on Oct 24, 2013

... to climb up into the Thai sized bunk. When first lying on the bed I felt like I was going to fall off because the train was so bumpy and jolty, but after while I actually started to get used to it and it wasn't all bad. You even get a curtain so that no one can see in on you! It was a 12 hour journey where i didn't get much sleep as the train stopped practically every 10 minutes to let more people on and chatty ...