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TravelPod Member ReviewsTharaburi Resort Sukhothai
Beautiful resort right in the part of old Sukhothai where there is everything you would want to see. The rooms are beautiful, the service wonderful, and the location is superb. I would highly recommend this to anyone traveling to this city.
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... city with billions being spent on development of a multi-cultural society, booming even in economic hard times. Countries like Thailand and England have a decision to make, do they capitalise on growth of one or two major cities and hope the rest keep up on there own and rely on them being self sufficient with enough investment to repair as a pose to develop or do they grow as a country! Maybe I'll leave the economics to the experts but it's easy to see in this part of the ...
Yes I know, I haven't done one of these in a very long time and yes I know, no one probably cares but I thought that stopping this close to the end of the trip was probably a waste. So with that in mind the next few blogs will be short, to the point and probably not worth reading but will also mean that they become up to date again.
Casting my mind back to Sukhothai only a couple ...
Today we took a morning bus from Chiang Mai to Sukhothai. Most of our day was on the bus (6 hours) which was a pleasant ride with plenty of room on the bus. We took a shared truck cab to the bungalows where we are staying (lotus village). After settling in we walked about town for a bit and then went to dinner at a restaurant called dream cafe which had good ...
... market which was full of little treats starting at 10 baht and with convenient English translations at each station. After munching deep fried banana and sweet rice cakes I was left wondering how I could make room for all these other things? It was similar to the French or German markets at Christmas you find in England ... You literally don't know what to give your stomach space away to...in this case it wasn't an array of European cheeses or breads ...