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Travel Blogs from Nakorn Ratchasima
... I return to Khorat to take in the beginnings of the festival. A lot of vendors of set up selling their wares but no parades yet. Did I really wait around for this? Where are the opulent opening ceremonies I was promised? Kind of feeling let down I return to my hotel and decide I will head to Cambodia the following day. As I sit in my room sorting my clothes I hear a loud bang, and then another. I go outside and across ...
... they actually meant just looking for animals not actually hunting them) on Monday. We were on the road for not even 10 minutes when our driver hit the brakes and we began backing up on the side of the highway. Our guide had spotted a relatively small white snake hanging from a tree on the other side of the road. We were instantly amazed by his abilities, and the day only got better from there. Soon after we arrived in the park, ...
... coming off Koh Chang and heading up into central Thailand to go to Pak Chong Chai, where Tony and Gaye are building their house. We did have a few stops but only one of significance where there were some really interesting cliffs and you could go up inside one of them and the area happened to be inhabited by monkeys! It was here that Claire managed to put her hand in monkey poo on a hand railing near the top of where we were walking up. I'm telling you that ...
... to temper his urgency. The bewildered girl obliged him without saying a word; keeping her eyes trained on the blustering border guard.
It was now evident that we did not have the proper exit stamp from Laos and were therefore not allowed to enter Thailand. When should we have gotten this stamp (on entry? at the last train station? - which was basically abandoned save for the Mr. Noodles selling lady?) remained a mystery as we piled into the back of a small ...
... a half journey to Nakhon Ratchasima.
The journey was well worth the rush; trailing it's passengers through the heart of Khao Yai National Park, the scenery was truly breathtaking. Corn fields and picturesque, tiny, wooden train stations with rockery and water features became the norm while Buddha towered over the top of the many limestone rock formations that straddled either side of the coach. The landscape was no longer just a lush green as pretty ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking