Nanaburi Hotel

Chumphon, Thailand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Chumphon

    Thailand - Chumphon

    A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Sep 25, 2014

    21 photos

    ... was going. The people sitting next to me shared some grapes with me. And i shared some of my peanuts with them. Then you have the views from the train. It's a sure thing i'm back in the south of Thailand again now with huge mountains and palm trees being the standard scenery. In Thailand you never go long before you're in awe at beautiful scenery or are being humbled by the kindness of the people here. It's this kind of experience i like, and you just don't get this kind of thing ...

    Eat, Swim, Sleep, Repeat.

    A travel blog entry by walkerpub on Jan 17, 2014

    11 photos

    ... descriptions, photos, special rates, and best of all—guest comments, which act as truth in advertising. Only guests who have booked, paid and stayed through Agoda can comment, much like eBay’s review model.

    We had settled on the A-Te for its pool, the breakfast-included offer, plus its large clean rooms. Upon check-in we were dismayed to discover that our booking only included one breakfast and we would need to pay for the extra person. ...

    Day 71 - Arriving in Ko Tao

    A travel blog entry by costin on Dec 09, 2013

    2 photos

    ... wait wouldn't be too bad, because there were deck chairs and it was sunny. It was almost like spending 6hrs on a beach - which clearly isn't much of a hardship! When we finally boarded the ferry however, it was a different story. As soon as the ferry started moving, we both felt terrible. Clearly we weren't cut out for catamarans, as this happened in Macau too. This time, our roles were reversed though, as Kim got to sleep quick enough to stop it being an issue. I, on ...

    Travelling via train to Bangkok

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

    4 photos

    ... it is set up as two bunks with little curtains that close them off from the aisle. We sat facing each other for a while reading and then decided to try sleeping. I had a go at using the toilet on the train. Was one of those really really low toilets that you have to squat over, takes fair bit of balance and thigh muscle control. Pretty sure that it just opened onto the train track. Fortunately I had tissue paper and hand sanitiser as neither was provided. I ...

    A Sure Thing

    A travel blog entry by isabellamac on Aug 09, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... out by another bike and my toe was left a bit cut up. There were a few tears, mainly when I saw the lady at the clinic cutting away a flap of skin and putting on the iodine...ouch! Luckily I had Silvia (the bike driver/friend) and James (the adult/tech dude) there to hold my hand. I can finish the course another day so it's not the end of the world just an inconvenience but as far as most bike injuries go I got off pretty lightly. I had also booked a visa run to Burma for that night, ...