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  • Phuket, ThailandThis morning was totally overcast and the only signs of light were from the other ships we passed as we slipped slowly into port. We have a Ship's Shore Excursion booked today so will be spending a good deal Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 16, 2016
  • Hua HinVoilà, c'est fini, c'est le dernier Post de mon blog. Déjà plus de 6 mois, il est temps de rentrer au froid... Pour voir plus de photos de ce voyage, c'est très simple, il suffit de me payer une binouze :-) [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/38280 Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Jan 13, 2016
  • And so it begins...Sorry it's taken a while for us to write this, hope it was worth the wait... 3-4/1/16 Sunday 3rd January soon came around and before we knew it we were at Heathrow, with our rucksacks packed and ready to go. Having Posted by Floglet in Anita and Fleur go travelling | Jan 12, 2016
  • Chiang Mai Tapae Gate [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/382802/90_20160106_1129 Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Jan 11, 2016
  • Holiday Bus TravelsOur mission for the day was to get to Ubon Ratchatani and we arrived at the station to catch the 9:30 bus. It was unfortunately full. Christmas wasn't really a big deal, but New Years was a cause to celebrate Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Jan 7, 2016
  • Koh Chang Saturday Jan. 2: We departed Siem Reap bright and early for possible our most grueling travel day yet; the overnight train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok came in at a close second. We board Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Jan 4, 2016
  • 2014 - PhuketAfter the snorkelling trip had finished I went to Phuket for a week of relaxing by the pool at my favourite small hotel in Patong. Sunset. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/353 Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Aug 16, 2014
  • Week 1Bangkok is already starting to feel like a new home. I am getting oriented to the city. Kevin and I took taxis and the sky train mostly but I still need to figure out the bus system. I have found Posted by juliaaugh in Thailand 2016 | Jan 2, 2016
  • Hanging in Hua HinNow, this is living! What a relaxing beach-town experience in Huang Hin, Thailand. Hua Hin is a small resort town about 2.5 hours south of Bangkok (by train or car). In the 1920's a railway station was built, and tourism Posted by kgula in Kurt and Karly's Honeymoon | Dec 29, 2015
  • BangkokWe arrived in Bangkok at about 5pm and did not get to our hotel until 8pm. The taxi line wraps around the ground transportation section as every group has to filter through one person printing a ticket and assigning Posted by kgula in Kurt and Karly's Honeymoon | Dec 29, 2015
  • Udon Thani Local market, prix des plats : 30/40 baht (env. CHF 1), pour une bière c'est le double ;-) [img=http://photos.travel Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Dec 26, 2015
  • Temples of Nang RongIn the morning, we managed to send off some laundry, book a tour of the ruins with Kris and visit the day market by the lake. We got a familiar breakfast from 7-11 plus market oranges and barbequed eggs. I'd Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Dec 21, 2015
  • Please, no fish sauceThe guesthouse was busy this morning. Someone had a similar arrival to ours, but had to sleep on the couch as there were no open beds. Wouldn't be getting in my Canada Christmas skype today. Ryan went down the street Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Dec 20, 2015
  • Ubon RatchathaniUne ville perdue à l'est de la Thaïlande, j'ai croisé qu'un touriste en 3 jours, et un Suisse-Allemand haha. [img=http:/ Posted by gr3g77 in UN PTIT TOUR (juil. 2015 - janv. 2016) | Dec 20, 2015
  • YaowaratYaowarat is the Chinatown of Bangkok and its very unique because this is the district within Bangkok that has different characteristics from other Bangkok's districts. The Chinese in Thailand has blended into the Thai society for as long as 200 Posted by kidd27 in Phuket & Bangkok | Dec 19, 2015
  • Yaowarat Part 2 One of the many Chinese medical halls in Charoen Krung Road in Yaowarat Posted by kidd27 in Phuket & Bangkok | Dec 19, 2015
  • Doi Inthanon National Park Doi Inthanon National Park (aka 'The Roof of Thailand') is about 60 km southwest of Chiang Mai City, and its namesake, Inthanon Mountain, boasts the highest peak in Thailand at 2,565 meters (a Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 18, 2015
  • Thai Farm Cooking School Attention fans of Thai food: you're in luck because today we graduated from the [[http://www.thaifarmcooking.net|Thai Farm Cooking School]] and will be bringing our new skills back to the Stat Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 12, 2015
  • Elephant Nature Park Today was elephant day! Our Elephant Nature Park guide picked us up in a van from our guesthouse at 8 AM and we, along with seven other people from all over the world, began the 1.5 hour journ Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 11, 2015
  • Exhausted in BangkokJust after three a.m., our lovely bus pulled onto 'Khao San Road' or the street far enough from it to confuse people into taking tuktuk rides at irrational prices. I turned down a cab offering a 300 baht fare telling Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Dec 10, 2015
  • Bangkok -- Chiang MaiToday began with yet another helping hand from our Air BnB host, Surat, who called us a cab to take us to the train station from his apartment. While we waited, we spent time chatting with his wife, Carol, and Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 9, 2015
  • "City of Life"We are currently at rest on the private roof-top patio at our [[https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8090723|apartment]]. Earlier we learned that navigating in Bangkok is not for the faint of heart! Luckily our host, Surat, has helped us find our way around, and Posted by carpentrek in Carpenters Without Borders | Dec 9, 2015
  • What to do in Bangkok when you're not dancing tango[center][/center] ===1. Avoid the tuk tuk temple tour scam (or not) ===Well, I'm [[http://www.seeknewtravel.com/everyones-first-bangkok-scam-the-tuk-tuk-temple-tour/|not the only one]] Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Dec 6, 2015
  • You’re never too tired to tangoMy first full day in Bangkok and I spent it walking, boating and tuk-tuking through the heat, the downpours, the crowds and the chaos of this fascinating city. In true first-time tourist style, I also fell for a minor scam, Posted by tangueratravels in Tanguera Travels | Sep 21, 2015
  • Leaving Koh TaoWe took our sweet time packing up before a final breakfast at Zest. Our last cinnamon buns for awhile. The fact that they were dry made the goodbye easier. Ryan went back to the room to get the hotel's wifi Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Dec 3, 2015
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