- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Maha Sarakham City
... dairy cattle, rubber, sugar cane, fish farms and tropical fruit in a great Thai rural setting. A couple of nice hills today, both short but steep. The first one overlooked a massive hydro dam and the other one had a Giant Buddha on top. Why do they always put interesting stuff on top of mountains. The last little monster was pushing 15-17 percent and only five of us made it up without stopping. After a wander around the half-finished surrounds we ...
... 95 kms today with no hills. While the bikes were being loaded onto the truck I was 'talking' with some children and a lovely old gentleman. Thai people are very lovely and gracious especially in the country. When we arrived at Khon Kaen we had a swim in the pool. Lovely and refreshing. It is another big busy and mainly dirty city. The large mall we visited was ...
... Top shelf liquor was brought to us throughout the entire flight, and of course the food was fantastic! We felt so spoiled we’re going to find it hard to go back to economy class after that experience!
We arrived into Bangkok and took a quick flight up to Chiang Mai where we would start out Thailand travels. Chiang Mai is the 2nd biggest city behind Bangkok but it had the feel of a small and not busy city. We stayed in the Old City part of ...
... On the way we passed loads of plastic statues of dinosaurs and some quite cute little villages. When we arrived there were a lot of school trips just leaving so it was pretty quiet. The museum goes through the whole evolution of the dinosaurs and there were lots of excavated bones on display and loads of information, It was really fun and we felt like big kids. There was a family there with a really cute little girl and p ...
... like in Sukhothai.
We set off on the 4 hour drive and passed some amazing scenery and the road took us up a winding mountain and back down again, the driving here was a bit more hectic as it was a single lane unlike the dual carriages they normally have but it was fine and if you go slow they just go around you.
About an hour before Khon Kaen we stopped for the loo and we saw our first lady boy toilet, also they were ...