Casuarina Beach Resort

Address: 33 Moo 3, Tumbon Puk-Tien, Tha Yang, Phetchaburi Province, 76130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 33 Moo 3, Tumbon Puk-Tien, Tha Yang, is near Platinum Fashion Mall, Suan Pakkad Palace Museum, Central Department Store, and Raan Bai Mai.
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    Travel Blogs from Tha Yang


    A travel blog entry by shire on Nov 10, 2015

    ... Although our stay in Bangkok has been short, it was been much better than expected. The Thai people are friendly and polite and have good road manners, a contrast to most other cities where the traffic is a free for all. Thais drive on the left and use British plugs. It is very clean and the traffic was no worse than you would expect in a city of 8m people. We left at midday on Wednesday for a flight to Singapore and onward to ...

    Being sick makes me miss the comforts of home.

    A travel blog entry by holst on Nov 06, 2015

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    This is the day I woke up feeling rather under the weather, thanks to the air conditioning in the room set at 18'C for two nights. We set out for May Kaidee's Cooking School at about 10 am. I had been looking forward to this day the most out of all of our ThaIntro tour because learning to cook the traditional food is something we can take home with us, something real and more than just a photograph, video, or souvenir. It really stood out in my mind as one ...

    One night in Bangkok....

    A travel blog entry by holst on Nov 05, 2015

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    ... We began with breakfast at 10 (pretty generous in my opinion!) and visited a couple of temples! First was a small temple near our hotel, Wat Chanasonkhram. There, we received a group blessing by a monk, did a prayer with incense sticks, a candle, and a lotus flower, and viewed the Buddha inside the temple. It was a very small temple, not many tourists. We took a river boat cruise to the next temple. Think - Venice meets Mexico haha my favourite moment ...

    In the Rain

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jul 06, 2015

    ... than I was. The first few times playing football were rough. The days after I could barely move and once we finished I was struggling to breathe. Now I just sweat and get blisters, but my muscles are used to it now. I can go at it harder and not feel the repercussions. Today it rained. In England this is usual, rain and football often go hand in hand. Here the rain moves sideways, and so much rain falls that everything floods. Even the ...

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    A travel blog entry by deepakandnigel on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... is not popular in Australia. They seem to only have the bland processed stuff. Licensing laws in New South Wales will kill the nightlife. You can't enter a bar after 1.30 am. Australian coffee is nice and strong, much better than your Starbucks. Wildlife is everywhere in Oz, a great feeling. Koalas smell of eucalyptus. I was expecting much worse. They are the cutest animals. Sydney and Brisbane are well worth visiting, lots to do and see. The Pacific Drive is not ...