Al Medina Beach House

99 M.7 Kung Vimarn Beach, Chantaburi, 22170, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 99 M.7 Kung Vimarn Beach, Chantaburi.
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    Travel Blogs from Chantaburi

    Mangroves

    A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Dec 04, 2013

    8 photos

    ... holiday and she says this is her holiday, a few hours out with us, I get the impression that Thai people work very hard.

    On the way back we go to the marine nursery and see giant groper, leopard sharks, turtles and Mark thinks Dory, but he thinks he sees Dory everywhere, so I'm not sure!! Sula dissapears for a bit and comes back with a bucket of fish and starts to climb a couple of steps into the water, so she is stood on a bar near the surface ...

    Back on the (padded) saddle again

    A travel blog entry by dnovgo on Feb 14, 2013

    10 photos

    ... has Cambodia and Vietnam. Another 30k of rolling hills and broiling sun and a 90 minute transfer by van, passing many shrimp farms along the way, we reached our destination of Chanchalao Beach Resort on the Gulf of Thailand. Here we will recuperate on the beach for the next couple of days. There is an optional 25k bike ride tomorrow morning just to explore the surrounding ...

    Just a Normal Day

    A travel blog entry by ainaz on Dec 29, 2012

    ... br> carrots and corn; or some specially picked out street food. Ordering
    street food is always an adventure, trying to make the cook understand
    that we are vegetarian, we want lots of vegetables in our food, and we
    want it all fried up again to kill all germs (hopefully not all ...

    Rediscovering the land of smiles in Rayong

    A travel blog entry by paul_karen on Aug 11, 2011

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... we left the place having found a new way of travelling, a new way of meeting inspiring people, a new way of living and even a new way of eating! The biggest lesson or reminder for me was the joy that comes with helping others freely and willingly. In these past three weeks of very simple living I have felt so many moments of pure happiness for no particular reason that it does make me wonder if I've over-complicated my life in the past. Well let's hope I remember to ...

    The Good Food Just Won’t Quit

    A travel blog entry by yvonnega on Jan 20, 2011

    ... look & question from the waitress, & then the same relieved & happy reaction when we loved the food. We gave both dishes an A+. My freshly squeezed orange juice, & Yvonne’s freshly made mixed fruit shake (no milk, just crushed ice) were delicious too.

    These meals have ranged from cheap to very reasonable. We’d pay a lot less for street food, but this way we have better, safer food, in comfortable places.

    OK, time for a snack.


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