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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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... such as phad Thai, fish currys and mango rice, banana shakes and many other delights....ranging from 10p to £2 not to mention the man with a stuck smile dancing as he created caffeine concoctions to the sound of various house music. The tranquility here and the friendliness of the people combined with the magic atmosphere and food options meant this experience for me was unmissable and I finally felt at home with Thailand. Sukhothai should not be over ...
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 ...
... New Sukhothai.
As we learned on first night in Phitsanulok, the restaurants and bars here don't actually stock any drinks, so when one of us orders one of our usual staple diet peices:
The "Chang" Beer.
The proprietors run over to the next shop to buy the item for you and bring it straight to your table for you to dine, it's great table service. The same applies to Coca Cola and soft drinks, as Chuk and have discovered many times.
... suggested that we take the midnight bus back to Khon Kaen. We eventually were able to communicate in Thai to her that two of us could take the 10 am bus and the other two could take the bus at 11 am, and 20 minutes later, we had our tickets back home.
From today until next Monday, I am on a study trip to Laos. The last part of our class is a comparative study between Thailand and another Southeast Asian country and Laos was the country for this semester. I ...