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Travel Journals: Chiang Mai, Thailand


Chiang Mai, Thailand travel guide, information, journals, blogs, maps and photos.


The Big Oh-Eee

I drank more Guinness than I have ever even SEEN in my life, but it would be rude to go to Dublin and not have one! Plus it was the cheapest drink in every pub which is the main reason we kept drinking it rather than switching to something else! ...

Member: Kirianna
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World Backpacking Trip (Part 2) - New Zealand, Australia, Asia & Europe 2006 / 2007

Wednesday 11th April I Woke at 5am as train rattled into Hanoi. I met Aaron and Natalie at the front of the station and we took a taxi back to the same hotel, where we had breakfast because nowhere else was open before 8am. Then I took a ta...

Member: Gabrielle
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RTW with Steph and Dion

Written by Dion August 11-12, 2006 We decided to spend a couple of days in Uruguay, so we boarded the 9:00AM Buquebus ferry from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay on Friday morning. The ferry itself was quite nice and the rid...

Member: Dion & Steph
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flying north for summer

We've been reading more about the history of this place, and yesteray went to a film about Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge, so we're slowly managing to understand a bit more of the dismal past of Cambodia - although the more you learn about it the less it ...

Member: jenny
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The Far East 2006

We have now safely arrived back into the UK after a gruelling 15 hours on the plane and 3 hours transfer. I can't believe its been 5 weeks!! It has flown by but has been soo good we will telling our stories for many weeks to come. So the last few d...

Member: Amy
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Thailand

Well....some friends visiting a lucky bastard who had an intership in bangkok.... ...

Member: Alberto
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Thailand chill out

Arrival day. ...

Member: Haim
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Sarah's big adventure

Having finished with Ayutthaya, we arrived in Chiang Mai last week, and have been staying in an amazingly clean guesthouse that's only 190 Baht per night (about 3 pounds) so we're rather pleased with that. It's a fair bit cooler up here as well, so we...

Member: Sarah
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Justin's World Tour 2006-2007

Greetings everyone from the heart of the former evil empire. Yes I am still alive...this is a good sign haha. Anyways my god do I ever have alot to talk about. Russia is just incredible, lets just say its the most crooked, culturally intense, beautiful...

Member: Justin
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Southeast Asia 2006/07

Well after arriving from the so clean city of Singapore, I quickly made my way to the southern bus station direct from the airport. I caught a bus to Damnoen Saduak and the following morning booked out a boat from a nice man Aree (081 9415952). That...

Member: Allan
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Europe and Asia Extravaganza 2006

Hi! I have skipped over this entry temporarily. I have someone anxiously waiting on news about Ireland. I will come back to it as soon as I can. Best wishes from Yangshuo, China, Tiff...

Member: Tiffany
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Thailand & Vietnam

17 Oct 06 We've had another action packed day! We both think we might actually be doing too much, though overall we know we have to make the most of our 8 days here in Vietnam. We are loving it here. 8 days really isn't long enough. We booked a ...

Member: Charlotte and Dyce
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Thailand February 2005

I flew into Bangkok after an eventful plane ride from Madrid which involved the arrest of a passenger and a heated domestic dispute! It sure was in-flight entertainment! When I arrived in Bangkok I got a transfer to the New World Lodge. It was in a ...

Member: Mel
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um-die-welt 2007

Mit etwas Verspaetung komme ich endlich dazu hier ueber meine Erlebnisse auf dieser Reise zu berichten. Also Argentinien die Erste: Meine erste Station ist Buenos Aires. Eine Stadt mit Charme der Alten Welt vermischt mit einem kraeftigen Schuss Modern...

Member: Baltasar
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Mon mariage en Thailande

Voici les photos de mon mariage a la thaie traditionnel...!! Enjoy...!...

Member: Julie
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South East Asia 2007...

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Member: Becci
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Circumnavigation 2005

The sharp peaked Southern Alps gave way to rolling hills and massive lakes as we drove through Haast Pass on our way to Wanaka. It's amazing how each lake and river has it's own unique color, from the milky gray of glacial run-off to the melted raspber...

Member: Melissa
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London 1995

After a night in the upstairs room of a pub with an Australian girl called Corrina and a bottle of tequila I am smitten. She leaves a few days later to work in a pub in the Gambia. I book a ticket and fly back to Africa for the first time since leaving...

Member: Eric
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Don't slam the door behind you on the way out....

The original plan was to spend xmas in Koh Pha-Ngan for the full-moon parties - but the forecast wasn't good, so we headed off Krabbi with the intention of going to Koh Phi Phi (aka "The Beach"). We stopped off in Krabbi (which was really nic...

Member: Gary & Leanne
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Australasia and South East Asia... a continuation on a toilet theme

Homogenity very much defines shopping in Thailand, and the floating market outside Bangkok was no exception. Repetitive photo album designs, countless fake Rolex's and wood-rounded candlestick holders abound, I must've seen them all in at least 50 di...

Member: Sam
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Chasing Winters aka A Blind Man's Guide To S.E.Asia

So now it’s finally onto Cambodia. A Dutch couple travelling the opposite direction told us to expect a two and a half hour bus trip from where the boat berths. Jason came to the conclusion that we should expect the worst. The worst I’d heard was that ...

Member: lloyd
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Backpacking South East Asia: Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore

After a butt-bruising bus ride from Siem Reap, Cambodia to the Thailand border, one could only breathe a sigh of relief as Thailand offered smooth, paved roads and double decked, padded seated buses. It was as if the border was the invisible line of a...

Member: Drea
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Southeast Asia

It's a bit late, but Happy New Year to all and thanks for the New Year Wishes. Sorry I haven't updated this in a while, but internet service has been abysmal here in China. It's taking 30 to 40 seconds to load each page right now and this has been th...

Member: Pat
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Thailand - Take Two

“Cabbages & Condoms” the restaurant sign had read, its true meaning typically lost in the Thai-lish translation. God it felt good to be back in Bangkok where everything makes sense… even when it doesn’t. Robs’ arrival brought a welcome injection...

Member: Dave and Hayley
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