Nanaburi Hotel

Chumphon, Thailand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Chumphon

    Queen bee. bzzzzz

    A travel blog entry by siobhan-mw.aus on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... I took the 171 train from Bangkok to Chumphon ETA 21:12. Key words ESTIMATED, thus GUESStimated. Now everyone knows that the reliability of Thai trains departing at the set time is 10/10. We also know that somewhere between departure and arrivals the train puts on a few Kg's adding a couple of hours onto your ETA. Fun fun in the sun? I think not baby puppy. Last time I was in the land of smiles I took the train from Bangkok ...

    Day 43

    A travel blog entry by thetrip2013 on Dec 17, 2013

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    ... up and down over storey high waves. Throughout the ride stewards walked up an down the isles handing out sick bags, turning around and walking back collecting full sick bags. We were luckily 2 of the few people who did not need them! All this to the lovely sound of people throwing up. Finally we arrived on koh samui at around 6pm, took a taxi to big Buddha pier where we found a guesthouse for the night, then out for a well earned ...

    Travelling via train to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Oct 25, 2013

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    We woke up exceptionally early, make sure we left the house at 6.15am to get going before got too hot. Within 5 minutes I still had my sweat on but was 110% better than yesterday. We started out the same direction as the other day but then took a right turn and headed down a steep part toward a beach on the east coast of the island called Hin Wong Bay. At the summit before we started decending we saw some wild pigs grazing with few piglets. Wanted to get some photos ...

    Day 15 & 16: We finally made it!!!

    A travel blog entry by chloeandlucca on Aug 23, 2013

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    ... We however checked out at 8 a.m promptly as planned, and got a tuk-tuk over the river to the train station where we would be getting an hour and a half train to Bangkok. Our tickets for said train journey came to an unbelievably cheap 30 baht (equalling about 60p) and we could soon see why. The seats were simply benches with a bit of padding in them, the windows were pulled down to allow some air in and the fans were on full blast fighting the constant humidity in the air. ...

    A week in the underwater world

    A travel blog entry by sarahwright1 on Jun 17, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... around like a toy on the waves. This has meant that the visibility in the water has changed quite a lot over the week. On the first day of the course the visibility was probably up to about 20m, yet by the last day it was only 5-10m with some thermoclines going down to only 1-2m. These were honestly quite horrible and disorientating to be caught in 30m underwater! Other than diving I've had quite a relaxed few days! Every day I was at the dive shop for 6.45am ...