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Checking out Phuket, Thailand
April 29, 2013 - Phuket, Thailand
Our group landed not long ago to a severe tropical storm. It's awfully hot with lots of strong winds and intense rain which persisted right through the night up until late this morning. We had an excellent welcome from very polite resort staff. We were given a ride to our room with a beach buggy - which had been wonderful. He guaranteed me one...
Placed by Brenden in Travel The Americas

The Best Destinations in Southeast Asia
April 16, 2013 - Singapore, Singapore
Each time I return from traveling around Southeast Asia I get asked what my favorite place was. This is the most commonly asked question and I can never pick one particular place as there are so many great destinations. This is why I have compiled this list of my 5 favorite tourist islands in Southeast Asia.Koh Lanta, ThailandThe island of Koh...
Placed by Brenden in Travel The Americas

Homeward Bound - after the trip of a lifetime!
May 15, 2012 - Bangkok, Thailand
  So, after 4 countries, 3 months and only 1 broken foot, my travels have finally come to an end. I can’t believe that it is over, this trip which I have been planning for so so long and excited about for even longer. I have been vaguely planning to go to Australia since being in 1st year at uni and it was at the start of my 2nd year that I...
Placed by Polly in A New Corner of the World

Spoilt for Choice in Bangkok
May 11, 2012 - Bangkok, Thailand
Arriving in Thailand could not have been more different to arriving in Australia. For a start, my brother Ed was waiting for me at Bangkok airport, and so I could succumb to flight tiredness and let him take charge of getting us back to his place. When you are travelling alone you can never really completely switch off, in case something goes...
Placed by Polly in A New Corner of the World

What's yellow and says 'meow'?
November 5, 2011 - Chiang Rai, Thailand
I need help. I can't go a day without buying a pair of shoes. On the upside, I hit my target of 10,000 steps - just - so perhaps the new shoes will be needed soon. When I walked in the door just before 10pm I had clocked up 10,034 steps since landing in Chiang Rai. I should have been wearing my pedometer while I was wandering around the airport...
Placed by Katie in Mekong musings