Muaklek Valley And Country Club

207 Moo 5, T. Mittapap, A. Muaklek, Sara Buri, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sara Buri

Mystic Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... off by them being here. I guess because, although Ru isn't a good sleeper, he doesn't cry at night so it's really only me and Spen he is disturbing!! At Millie's request we set out at 4.30pm to go back to the temples. We took some meat on sticks and bananas and some iced milk road stall drinks and picnicked at the free sites again. Millie loves it here so much. We then went back to Wat Mahathat, 3rd time, and let Ru crawl around for a bit. Then we crossed the road and ...

Leaving Laos

A travel blog entry by chantalgratton


... was disgusting (same class and everything, but it had graffiti and cracks and smelt really bad). The car on our left was nicer and cooler than ours. She also found the second class seats which looked really nice and comfortable. We were not sure if we regretted our decision or not, but we figured that the most important part was to try and get some sleep - which would be easier done in our seats (well once they were transformed into the bunks). The train took off and we went ...

Onwards to Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by alexstone


... smells in Thailand are as diverse as the colours and ingredients used in their food. At times your senses are pulled all over the place by a potent concoction of grilled fish, fresh vegetables, fried meat, herbs and spices. Contradicting these lovely smells however are those that seep from the stagnant waterways that run through the cities. This combined with heavy pollution from traffic, rotting waste at the side of the road ...

Sleeper train - Bangkok to Nong Khai

A travel blog entry by blay94

... 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 ...

Ayutthaya, Bangkok and many temples

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness


... to Ayutthaya which is a small city surrounded by a river (essentially making it a kind of island) about two hours away from Bangkok. The train ride was an absolute bargain - 30p for 2 hours! As it used to be the capital of Thailand, many moons ago, there are loads of old temples scattered around as the Thais love a good temple....

First stop was a temple with a Buddha entangled in a tree. After visiting this ...


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