Ruenya Homestay

99 Mu Ko Plup Phla, Ratchaburi, 70000, Thailand | Hostel
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This hostel is located on 99 Mu Ko Plup Phla, Ratchaburi.
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Travel Blogs from Ratchaburi

Wearing a "boa" as a scarf!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 12, 2014

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... its head and its flicking long tongue away from me!

As you know, this wasn’t a first time……I’ve done it before on two of my previous trips! First time was in Manaus, Brazil and then, in Banos, Ecuador. As the old proverb goes: "Jamais deux sans trois"! Never two without three! How true! What I ...

Paddling in between the floating markets' canals!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 12, 2014

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... come out a winner. All of your bottle openers with Thailand written on them, well, now you know where they come from! Hehehe! :-)

With a goal in sight, we knew where we were heading to, having seen it while exploring the canals by boat. Some kind of action and thrills were what we were hungry for and were soon about to get our wishes granted!

Monique :-)


Being up high in Chiang Mai.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Dec 11, 2013

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... get to this size being fussy. We went and watched Muay Thai boxing, we had second to front row seats so got to see the horror up close and personal. As much as it's traumatic watching an 11 year old getting beat up in public I thoroughly enjoyed it, and the cheesy chips with bacon afterwards. The sound of a knee cracking on someone's head has stayed with me unfortunately. Talking of slapping and cracking heads, we went to see the lady boy cabaret show and one of them fell ...

Birthday weekend wooooo!

A travel blog entry by followingolivia on Dec 04, 2013

... Camp, if slightly drained. I’ve never seen wild elephants before and to ride one seemed so exciting. However, it wasn’t exactly what we expected to say the least…the elephants weren’t wild. So when we got there we firstly went bamboo rafting which was cool but not as thrilling as it sounds. Then Nikita and I braved the elephant. To sit on the elephant itself we literally had to walk across it and even though I know they have really thick, tough skins ...

Lost in Bangkok..

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Nov 27, 2013

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... lost, I had underestimated how lost he really had got until it took us an hour and 45 minutes to get back, I could have got us there better, and I don't drive, or have a watch. Nearly missing my stop I hopped off the bus and into a street sign, why so low? Dizzy and disorientated I fell into a shop and looked lost until I got my bearings, stubbed my toe and bought some rice. Not many photos this time as I didn't take my iPad ...