Sawasdipong Hotel

56/2-5 Singhawat Rd., Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sukhothai

Road Trip Day 2 Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by sumac

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... ancient city of Sukhothai and our digs for the night, a pair of semi detached old Style Thai bungalows. We'd checked the place beforehand on-line and the picture showed a bungalow nestled beside water covered with beautiful water lillys. Ours was beside a dried up sandy ditch. However we could park the car nearby and it was very convenient for visiting the city on our hired bikes.
After a particularly tasteless supper we decided to party (!) and play scrabble in Jamie's room.

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Loy Krathong and Candle Festival - Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by alexstone

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... shacks to more western style, gated properties. In amongst these however were dwellings that you may be fooled to thinking were abandoned wrecks, The washing hanging from the broken banisters outside told a different story. Rotten wood, window shutters swinging by broken hinges, filthy tin bowls strewn over tables outside. You struggle to fathom what life like that is like. After locking my bike up at the given destination I made my way up the Main Street to the bus stop. The ...

Celebrating Loy Krathong in stunning Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy

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... a couple of bicycles that we hired for 60 baht. The festival of Loy Krathong was also just beginning so the park was busier than usual with many people setting up for the evenings festivities that lay ahead. In the heat of the day we decided we would come back later for the celebrations and go and explore the old town whilst we still had the bikes. MORE ON THE FESTIVAL Loy Krathong (festival of light). The festival happens around the time of full moon of ...

Thailand's Historical City

A travel blog entry by mattycollins16

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... elaborately-folded banana leaf floats decorated with incense sticks and a candle in honour of the Godess of Water. Again this ritual has been hijacked by tourists and the streets are lined with hundreds of stalls selling various incarnations of Loy Kathrong floats encouraging visitors to take part and, of course, spend their money. With only a day in Sukhothai and a vast array of sights to see we decided to head to the ancient city of Sukhothai early, hire a bike and spend ...

I can feel the devil walking next to me

A travel blog entry by 101days

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It's not all Bangkok though.

I still have to fill you in on the last few days in Kathmandu. KTM is the dustiest city I've ever encountered. I've no idea where the dust comes from, some supernatural force I guess. Pollution helps this along too. All I know is that you can stare directly at the sun in the middle of the day and not lose your eyesight around there. It's like the entire city didn't heed warnings about masturbation back when it was in the Boy ...

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