The Legendha Sukhothai Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Legendha Sukhothai Resort
Beautiful rooms. Fabulous pool. Nice dinner and show at night. Loved the frogs that came out at night. Friendly staff. Cool ruins close by. Overall very happy we stayed here.
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... five hours by and we finally arrive. Not a moment to see either. I was beginning to lose my will to sit in a seat (tho comfortable) for any longer.
We climb down the many stairs to the standard flurry of tuktuk drivers nearly fist fighting to be the sole survivor and worthy of your service. We know we need a ride but the chaos is too much to take so we play the game by exclaiming "we're walking!" pick up our bags and search for ...
... and hired a scooter ready for tomorrow and went and scouted out a little restaurant for some grub! Food is still fairly cheap so prices aren't going up just yet thank god! We aren't that close to the city, and we have been told that down south in the Phuket area it gets a lot more expensive! We were back at the hotel by 7pm to shower and go to bed, sitting on out bums travelling all day has been hard work! ...
... Some lovely wats along the way. We got to the furthest point, approx 3km out and found the wats were all situated up a hill. So a bit of trekking was required to reach these. Day wasn't without its drama though. Unfortunately I got a puncture as we were at the farthest point away. Bit of a long walk back it would have been. But luckily out this far there are lots of security control posts so it is very ...
... local 7/11 (a supermarket chain) to get one little treat I discovered in Kanchanaburi - a little filled toastie they heat up for you. Nice little before-bed-time snack. Looking forward to my bed I then realised that the gate to my guesthouse was closed. So I checked the lock, and tried to pull it up - without success. I looked at the gate confused - probably with the same expression my colleagues looked at me when I talked about financial numbers. Well, I decided I just climb over ...
Title: 309 Steps, a monk and a motor bike
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand and Sukhothai, Thailand
Dates: Nov 5, 2014 - Nov, 6, 2014
When planning this trip, I knew I wanted to expand my boundaries of comfort and not stay in hotels. I had researched couch surfing options as well as hostels. The hostel I stayed at in Chiang Mai was quite pleasant, it was called Julie’s Guest House. What I like most is that a lot of these places are full service. ...