Seaside Guesthouse

Address: 102/7 Moo 9, Pattaya Soi 3, Chon Buri, 20150 , Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 102/7 Moo 9, Pattaya Soi 3, Chon Buri.
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        Travel Blogs from Chon Buri

        Bangkok - 2015

        A travel blog entry by jade.kingdon on Jun 30, 2015

        2 comments, 10 photos

        ... a pair of size 6 sandals are selected (2 sizes too small).. it also seems retail in Thailand is much different to the UK after we watched an employee first try and pick his brain out through his nose very openly, then play on his phone for a while and then lean his chin on a very expensive handbag whilst chewing the zipper!! Anyway so back to the SkyBar we go.. It was absolutely amazing, outdoor bars, live music, an incredible atmosphere and views over Bangkok which are some of ...

        An Asian mini-adventure!

        A travel blog entry by fatsomoo on Jan 06, 2015

        17 photos

        ... is a superstar, she is our friend and this time our guide too!

        We leave our overnight accommodation and head off out of Bangkok. Soon making a pit stop at, what would seem to be, an entire runway worth of food stalls. No messing around I have a tom yum seafood soup to get me started - over spicy and awesome. Unfortunately Emma's vegetarian dish has a rather large chunk of congealed chicken blood in it! NASTY! ...

        Day 25 - Pokhara City Tour

        A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 25, 2014

        Today was a travel day. Before we left Pokhara we visited Davi's falls and the International Mountain museum. These were interesting places to see a little of the mountain cultur and for the locals to see us. We ran into several school groups in from surrounding and far off villages. Many had never seen "white people" or only on TV or movies. We were as big of an attraction as the sights we were visiting! We set ...

        Day 17 - Flt to Pokhara, bus to Nayapul, trek 3 hr

        A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 17, 2014

        9 photos

        ... in view several times and they were immaculate. Most of the houses on the outskirts and beyond had fields for rice and hay (which were apparent). Farm animals abounded as well. Settled snugly along the sides of these soaring hills, we are told they are not mountains yet, the locals use terracing.

        Once in Nayapul "kitted up" to use the vernacular of my group. We walked up the Burungdi Khola to Birethanti; a large ...

        Day 3 - Bangkok & Mandalay

        A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 03, 2014

        3 comments, 16 photos

        ... Monastery, an ancient monastery that was in use until 1974, at which time it was deemed an national historical site. It was lovingly restored and now it is maintained as a valued national treasure. One of the reasons this monastery is so important in Mandaly is that during World War II, most of the city and its temples were destroyed by bombs, including all of the Palace, except for the Palace walls. Miraculously this sacred space was preserved.

        Walking up to ...