V-One Hotel Korat
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... when we return to our Chinese noodle soup.
In the afternoon I have my first internet session and set this blog in motion. Gloucs lose 53v6 at Northampton and luckily there are no match highlights to watch yet - arguably no match highlights at all !!
We eat at the guest house late afternoon and by about 17:30 are packed and ready to leave. Take a ...
... of Danny and Omm's attention. After a good hour or so I've made my way to bed but I'm far from looking forward to saying goodbye tomorrow. Danny told me earlier that when I leave tomorrow then that means I am no good. This little lad is a priceless character and it'd been an honour to spend five days with him. If I could keep him in my life somehow then I would. You may think I'm strange saying that, but he has made an impression on my life that I shall not ...
... phalluses, candles, jos sticks, the list is endless. This is also the location of Bangkoks, and I guess Thailands, largest amulet market. Nearly every Thai will wear or carry at least one amulet to ward off evil spirits and bad luck. They are usually modelled on statues from temples around the country, holy men, kings - in particular King Rama V, Chulalongkorn, or one of Yul Brynners sons from the ...
... Laos, including its epic waterfalls (another 'another trip' added to the list).
The development of Laos was perplexing at times. Still considered a socialist republic communist single-party state, (t-shirts with the hammer and sickle were rampant), they are still in the earliest phases of moving towards capitalism bringing with it both positives and problems. The reality is that an idyllic Laos doesn't exist (if it ever did) and for their sake we hope they ...
... Chantaburi (only a short distance north/west of Trat) and connect to Trat from there. Upon doing a little research, the plan now is to stay in Chantaburi as it seems to have more attractions on offer, plus the beaches are close to the town.
Isaan has been a slight mixed bag. I've had a few tough times while traveling this region, usually due to prices and availability of rooms as well as lack of motorbike hire in certain areas ...