Nanaburi Hotel

Address: Chumphon, Thailand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Chumphon

    And we thought Pulau Weh was paradise!

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 10, 2015


    ... at him. As we were all going to spend up to 2 hours together, we were resigned to a very noisy journey. The driver had other ideas though. He suddenly swung into a petrol station in the middle of nowhere and told the loving couple they had to change here for another van. Mrs shouted abuse at the driver, but Mr just accepted the situation and climbed out. Eventually Mrs gave up, and joined him on the unshaded forecourt, and we drove off. As far as we know they might still ...

    Bangkok's calling

    A travel blog entry by lenainasia on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... dem Bus nach Bangkok. 8 Stunden Bus fahren wuhuuuu. Ich wünschte, ich hätte länger auf Ko Tao bleiben können. Man gewöhnt sich doch ziemlich schnell an's Inselleben, das Meer, die Sonne und nicht zu vergessen die Hängematten ;) Die Wahrscheinlichkeit, dass ich bald wieder hierher komme, ist gar nicht mal so gering. Ich habe schließlich alle Zeit der Welt .. Warum nicht das Beste daraus ...

    Ferries, trains and automobiles

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Dec 26, 2014

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    ... br>
    There had barely been a breeze first thing, the sea was flat, enticing a number of people into it to go snorkelling, and the sun was shining... The calm before the storm.

    We had a few hours down on the beach until we could head back to the ferry. From where we sat we could see around the whole bay. We could see the dark clouds approach from behind the hills at the north end of the island, then engulf the hills, hiding them as if they were no longer there. A clap ...


    A travel blog entry by siobhandenniff on Nov 22, 2014

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    Chumpon was more of a stop off on our way up north, it was a quite a journey to get there that involved 4 buses and an open backed taxi that meant we got wet. But apparently that is normal for Thailand. It was all worth it though, the hostel was amazing, it was the same price for a twin room as a dorm. We had a cute little room with a bunk bed and a massive private balcony and shower. We have a little kettle with tea ...

    Queen bee. bzzzzz

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

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    ... Mai, a train ride that takes between 14-18 hours - I can really remember its all a blur. For that particular trip I had decided that a 3rd class ticket would be sweet. The $6 price tag made it all the more appealing. This time for my railway passage to Chumphon I forked out the big bucks for a 2nd class ticket; a sticky seat and a fan. The fan didn't work - which was no problem, I just had the window down :) Then ...