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  • Temples of Chiang MaiOne morning we start our walk “early”, around 10 am. Most tourists still cope with their hangover and the streets as quiet. Chiang Mai has kept its old city boundaries, a square where ditches (and here and there the remnant Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 23, 2017
  • Koh Phangan, ThaïlandeOn as aller au Koh Phangan (prononcé "Ko Pa gnaan")sur Mercredi le 15 et on est sur L'ile pour 6 jours. Koh Phangan est une Ile en le Goulfe de Thaïlande et à 15 000 personnes + beaucoup des touristes. Posted by Kai T S in The Big Trip/La Voyage Grande | Feb 22, 2017
  • Confession of a late mover Shin and I landed in the middle of nowhere, having visited a reasonably empty and worthless artist community that is hailed in some Korean blog as a next big thing, far from the centre of Chiang Mai. We walked for Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 22, 2017
  • Khum KhantokeIt is of all places on earth: tourists are invited to get a taste of the local culture through a show that combines local food and folkloric dance in a local setting, everything adjusted to international taste. The food becomes Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 22, 2017
  • Chiang MaiI’ve been in Chiang Mai before, 8 or 9 years ago. I came for work but I spent also a couple of hours in the city. I remember a typical South East Asian town, no traditional buildings except the temples, Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 21, 2017
  • NighttrainHow long ago did I take a night train for the last time? It could be 40 years. Every month when I studied (kind of) in Paris, and before that a hilarious trip to Spain in my last year in Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 20, 2017
  • So this is why people come to ThailandWe had to take a train, plane, bus, ferry and truck taxi to get to the island of Koh Phangan, Thailand but the journey was worth it. We're staying at the Seaflower Bungalows, a small resort, owned by a former Posted by Brummie2015 in Caruka 2017 | Feb 20, 2017
  • Koh Tao - Sharks! And some turtlesToday James and I went hiking to a small peak on southern Koh Tao. After we went snorkeling in Shark Bay. Unfortunately, in what is becoming an increasingly bad decision, I do not have an underwater camera and have no Posted by BrianMader in Brian Mader | Feb 20, 2017
  • IbisLeaving the hotel at the end of a lazy day. Tonight we catch the night train to Chiang Mai, the second leg of the journey. We will return to Bangkok for a few days on our way to Singapore, but Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 20, 2017
  • In the klonghsWhat you see is not what I have seen. As we take a longboat through the canals I don’t take pictures of the more or less modern, more or less decent buildings. I’m attracted by decay, the inevitable relentless unidirectional Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 19, 2017
  • Fishing on the Chao PhrayaEnjoying breakfast on the terrace that overlooks the river. A fisherman has 3 rods in operation. In the 30 minutes that we need to finish our morning ritual (compared to the 3 minutes 1 week ago) he pulls 5 plastic Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 19, 2017
  • NestfarmingManoch’s brother has one of the most interesting businesses I ever heard about. He is farming nests. He builds towers that attract swallows to build their nests. Swallows build their nests by agglomerating vegetal debris with their saliva. They are Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 19, 2017
  • Manoch & IceWe have lunch with two former colleagues. I recruited Manoch in 2001 as the first employee of Euler Hermes Thailand. Still Euler at that time. Ice is the nickname of Sarinya whom I recruited few years later for business development. Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 19, 2017
  • Koh Phangan - Full Moon Party So, to follow on from the last post (Bangkok). As I mentioned, the bus/ferry journey is never quite as explained when you purchase it in Thailand. 🙈 We met at the travel agents, where w Posted by Millypaulrtw in Dream Come True | Feb 19, 2017
  • Than Tao MahapromIt is a small space next to Siam station, one of the busiest places of central Bangkok. A golden four-faced Buddha attracts a swarm of worshippers – very few tourists. They burn incense sticks, offer garlands of flowers, set birds Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 19, 2017
  • Modern WorldWe’re not particularly in search of the modern part of Bangkok, the one that is roughly the same as Singapore, Hong Kong or New York. But sometimes we have no choice. The light railway (BTS) was built on top of the Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 18, 2017
  • T&KT&K (Toy & Kid) is the best seafood restaurant in Chinatown. It’s on the corner of the street, the kitchen is on the street. It opens at 4:30 PM and when we arrive 15 minutes later most of the tables Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 18, 2017
  • ChinatownBangkok has a very convincing Chinatown. Chinese have been entering the country in different ways for centuries, one of the biggest Thai conglomerates (CP group) is completely owned by ethnic Teochow, and there is not one single Thai who can Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 18, 2017
  • KhaosanKhaosan Road and the slightly quieter Rambuttri street are the entertainment streets for the backpackers and other low budget tourists. It is surrounded by hostels where you can sleep at $10 per night in dormitories that cater for 20+ guests Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 17, 2017
  • PerceptionPerception is a recommendation from a very knowledgeable Korean blog that Shin has consulted intensively. There are thousands of Thai massage parlours in Bangkok, but in this one the work is done by blind people and according to the blog Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 17, 2017
  • klongs Bangkok city is built on the right side of the Chao Phraya river, the left side just starts to be developed. Small canals bring the water inland, and these branch out into even smaller canals, and so on. They Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 16, 2017
  • BangkokSo, we booked to stay in a hostel in Bangkok for three nights. This would give us enough time to see a few bits and plan our next move. Our hostel was called D Hostel and was just around the Posted by Millypaulrtw in Dream Come True | Feb 16, 2017
  • Back in Bangkok The holiday feeling came when I sat in a small restaurant in front of a chicken red curry and lemongrass seafood soup. The smell, the sight, the struggle to explain to the smiling waitress that I didn’t want coriander… suddenly Posted by jefvincent in not the end of the road | Feb 16, 2017
  • On arrive a Koh PhanganSur Lundi le 14, on a decidé d'aller a une jongle 1 heure de Kuala Lumpur. On a fait une marche guidé 30 metres au dessus de la forêt. On a marché sur un petit pont fait de bois. Posted by Kai T S in The Big Trip/La Voyage Grande | Feb 15, 2017
  • Monkeys & MassagesHello We arrived in Krabi, a large town in Southern Thailand on the Andaman Coast well known for its limestone karsts and mangroves. It is situated on an estuary and the nearest beach is situated a half an hour trip in Posted by simon.steph in Simon and Steph Go East | Feb 11, 2017
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