The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok

Address: 2/1-2/2 Latkrabang 22 Rd, Latkrabang, Bangkok, 01520, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    Viv's Story: Kwai River, Thailand: Day 2

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jul 05, 2015

    ... also ate everything near it). As we embarked we saw the one roomed open aired school, the kids seemed very hard at work. We then went into the more forested part of the trail. It was very muddy and a totally different experience than the wall at the palace in India. We saw this fancy temple and had loads of fun. When we got back to the platform we took some handstand pictures with the elephants. Then we headed back to the ...

    A Familiar Face

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on May 31, 2015

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    ... I can't remember a bloody word of it. It was a good night seeing an old friend and making a new one in Jamie. It was nice to have some extended company and I feel now that it's a shame we hadn't come here sooner, or that they weren't leaving so soon. Their experience and their friendship could have definitely made this easier, but then I suppose it wouldn't be the same experience for us. It's just one more day until we start now, and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't at all ...


    A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... few other items (mainly clothes) at the local markets. The grandkids etc seem to have done well. A short tuk-tuk ride back to the hotel with another character as a driver. We have now perfected our tuk-tuk procurement practices to where you just start walking along a street and then let one pull-up and seek your engagement. They tend to be more reasonable with prices as they haven't paid incentives to be parked in the streets near outlets and ...

    No more border crossings by land!

    A travel blog entry by reaprice on Feb 20, 2015


    ... several times until we got to PoiPet/Aranyaprathet border at around 2:30. Then they dump you off the bus, and you have to take all your **** and go through Cambodian customs to leave and then Thai customs to enter Thailand. They don't guide you or anything, it's just a free for all and you have to figure everything out for yourself, and there were thousands of people there. Plus it was raining! It took about 3 ...

    Pour une 1ère journée... What à start,. We went to

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on Feb 03, 2015


    ... My taxi drove me to the bnb without any other incident and Léo-Paul was waiting for me in the street because the bnb was very difficult to find. Happy Réunion and à welcome sleep. This morning we went in à small restaurant for breakfast and we met Guy and Serge, two retired tea chers from Quebec. Theýve benn here over and over and decided to show us an over view of Bangkok which is à very populated city. With high buildings. We have lunch in à ...