Al Medina Beach House

Address: 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

      Easy riding....

      A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Dec 02, 2013

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      ... eventually we find it but it is soo hot and there is no shade, so we decide to grab some lunch in a hotel and chill out in the shade. There really is nobody about, it is a very sleepy place and very Thai. There are no back packers out here! We drive onto another beach and manage to find a shady area near the beach and Mark takes a dip in the sea. We drive on and see mangroves houses and local fishing villages, it's a ...

      Short stay in Chanthaburi - gemstones market

      A travel blog entry by belhorizon1 on Feb 22, 2013

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      ... beautiful large tourmalines, one pink, one green. Simply stunning pieces. We didn t go for it at the end.
      For dinner we had found this local restaurant just round the corner from the hotel. Clearly successful with the locals as people were queueing passed 7pm, and indeed the food was good and very very cheap.
      Soon enough, it is time to head back to Bangkok, with a large bus this time!

      Until next time ...

      Just a Normal Day

      A travel blog entry by ainaz on Dec 29, 2012

      ... road conditions are typically inversely co-related to the traffic,
      which is just fine. Main arteries have wide shoulders and decent
      pavement; small rural roads have no shoulder and sometimes barely wide
      enough for two cars to pass, typically with big surprise potholes!

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      Can you get me a lime for that Corona?

      A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Aug 22, 2011

      22 photos

      ... probably thought I was crazy but I didn't care; like the Peaches song says; "You dance, like you...don't care."

      Somehow I made it back to the boat two hours later. I'm not saying I don't remember, I just don't care to disclose the details. I will say that I was missing my sandals. How I lost those, well, I don't remember.

      We got back to our hotel around 4 am and begrudged the fact that in less than 5 hours, we would have to check out. Curse my life!



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      Rediscovering the land of smiles in Rayong

      A travel blog entry by paul_karen on Aug 11, 2011

      3 comments, 32 photos

      ... we both lost about half a stone each - RESULT!!

      We also learnt how to make soya milk from soy beans, that if you leave dried beans soak in water overnight and then let them stand on a sieve they will actually sprout (!!!!) and also how to make medicinal capsules from the tree that cures all ailments - the Neem tree. It was amazing!
      One of the most thrilling things I saw was a giant gecko, (think 40 cm long at least) hunt down a giant cockroach. ...