Roots Reggae Guesthouse

Address: Hin Dam (Moo Ban Mittapa), Rayong, ., Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hin Dam (Moo Ban Mittapa), Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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Travel Blogs from Rayong

Waiting for Bryan

A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Oct 13, 2014

4 comments, 29 photos

... 2 minutes on my walk every day!!

The rest of the week just drifted along really. Mornings were spent doing something - I don't really know what, then to the beach for about 1:30/2:00. The sea is so clear and so warm here it's like my hot tub - well not quite but almost. I had none of the usual ooo ooo ooos getting in - straight in and it feels great!

During the day there is a constant stream of food sellers with coconuts which they prepare in front of you ...

Diving, tattoos and another Full Moon Party!

A travel blog entry by dmj33 on Oct 13, 2012

108 photos

... of going back tomorrow, sweet guy. All catch the boat back to Koh Tao and bump into Yoni from the Perhentians again. Boat journey not the smoothest for the poor hungover boys but Yoni is a gent and lets me get comfortable with my legs over him so I can sleep. The most beautiful girl is sitting opposite us (we nickname her hypnotising girl) and has a very average boyfriend, you see it a lot or the other way around. Shouldn’t judge but can’t help but notice. Arrive back ...

Life's A Beach

A travel blog entry by peterandmelissa on Feb 15, 2012

2 comments, 48 photos

... this for pennies, of course.

The restaurant/hotel food was great too, more expensive than in the city, but who can complain about paying nine dollars for a whole grilled snapper that you got to hand pick? Thai curries are our favorite style, and coconut milk makes any dish creamy and delicious. Not only was the food great, but the setting was spectacular. The beach wasn't very wide so the tables had to be set up nightly on little bamboo platforms that would ...

The Island of Steve Thailer

A travel blog entry by mellymcphail on May 26, 2011

1 comment

... onto a rickety old wooden fishing boat which is painted the most vibrant turquoise and with that being my favourite colour I don't really think too much about it sinking unlike Phidel. It takes me ages to even jump onto the boat as it a foot away from the pier and I feel like a right gormless tool once I see everyone else step on, with ease.

A few Thai families get on, a geeky looking man with glasses with a strikingly broad Thai woman, another geeky ...

My Tropical Island Weekend Getaway

A travel blog entry by straykat6 on Mar 05, 2011

2 comments, 15 photos

... looked like the best pick, about halfway down the island (Ko Samet is long and skinny with a pier at the north end). It was described as a beautiful guest house built in a garden setting on a quiet beach inaccessible by road. Remembering my great experience with the secluded beach in Ko Phagnan that I had last May, this sounded like it was right up my alley.

So after a 2.5 hour van ride to the coast, then a 45 minute ferry ride to the island and ...

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