V-One Hotel Korat
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews V-One Hotel Korat Nakorn Ratchasima
Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima
... At 20:00 we leave what has become a very wet and windy Bangkok behind us in the darkness and set off north.
We have very comfy seats and as usual the bus is decorated with fancy curtains and pictures on the walls everywhere. A little worrying is the fact that on the glass partition directly in front of me looks more like a wreath than a display of flowers ?!!
... On a separate note, my right eye is becoming a pain. Yesterday evening at the market we were walking around and a bug flew in to my eye. It took me forever to get it out and it was a right big bugger! My eye has been really sore since and I woke up this morning to having a blood shot eye. Think the bug must of scratched it somehow. Last thing for today, another short post again sorry! ...
... 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 ...
... linguists, sportsfans, thinkers, foodies etc. While on this trip, it has also reflected back to us the concept of nationalism which is not often at the top of the list in Canada and how we define ourselves. Everybody comes from somewhere. That in and of itself rarely defines you but it is nearly inescapable to have it influence who you are.
At 3pm we arrived at the ticket office, a short walk from our guesthouse, ready for our ride to a dedicated ...
We arrived at the train station at 13.01, just in time for our train which was due to leave for Nakhon Ratchasima (otherwise known as Khorat) at 13.07. It had been such a rush to get there this morning that it was a relief to finally get a decent seat next to the fan and rest for a few minutes before our departure. But this was when it all went wrong!
As I sat there pondering life and its meaning, I thought back to earlier that morning and wondered whether ...