Burapa Hotel

308 Saraburi-Lomsak Rd. Amphur Muang, Phetchabun, Phetchabun Province, 67000, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on 308 Saraburi-Lomsak Rd. Amphur Muang, Phetchabun.
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Travel Blogs from Phetchabun

Drive to Phetchabun

A travel blog entry by sammons on Feb 24, 2014

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Sammons stayed here on Feb 24, 2014 during their trip titled: Sammons's Great Adventure.

Free camping / Wildes campen

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Mar 22, 2014

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22.3.2014 Khao Kho, Thailand Km: 55005 Free camping / Wildes campen

We are heading to the north. We want to stay in a national park and arrive this in the evenings. Unfortunately, the cashier may want 400 baht per person (about 12 CHF) to cross the park. Definitely too much, as not even a guest house is included in the price. Therefore, we turn and search for a place ...

Petchabun

A travel blog entry by lucasandkristah on Jan 17, 2013

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We arrived safely at Ban Meata Petchabun a few days ago. It is breathtaking. As you drive up the place looks like a resort! There are 6 homes for the 96 kids living here, a dining room, multiple play areas, a house for volunteers, a office, a day care center, small ponds for fishing, beautiful gardens, fruit trees and flowers. Behind the children village is the free Christian school. Over 1500 students from Ban Meata and the surrounding villages attend the ...

Thailand 2012

A travel blog entry by luchofkens on Oct 28, 2012

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October 28th: long bus journey from Phitsanulok to Khao Yai Natural Park ( 380 km ). On the way we visited the Muak Lek waterfalls where locale have their own water playground. Rest of the day at the pool. Tomorrow an early morning wild life safari @ 0500 ...

Day 37 - The Next Chapter

A travel blog entry by everett.butler on Dec 14, 2010

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... your strengths and your flaws to yourself and the world around you. Know it, harness it, temper it and become self-actualized through every thought and deed that you create every second of every day. It’s this thinking that keeps me going. Keeps me moving down the path, no matter what dark dreams or anxieties tug at my waking thoughts. There’s no turning back now, only forward. And I intend to see it through to the ...