Hinsuay Namsai Resort Hotel

Address: 250 Moo 2, Sakpong Dist., Klaeng, Rayong, 21190, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 250 Moo 2, Sakpong Dist., Klaeng, Rayong.
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      Musings on the human body

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 23, 2014

      ... small and delicate, we must seem so large to them. An interesting note is that the Asian men appear to be more "well-fed". Then there are people who have "decorated" their bodies with numerous tattoos. One man has an interesting combination of what looks like First Nations art and skulls. Many women also have many tattoos adorning their bodies. Watching the children play in the sand and surf is fun. Their small bodies are firm and ...

      First trip to the GM plant

      A travel blog entry by emkay100 on May 31, 2012

      2 photos

      ... present it in the restaurant, breakfast is 180 THB. So this is what we did.

      Breakfast was mostly ready a bit before 6AM so we sneak in and start and then watch as the staff arrive and turn on lights , toasters etc. Was quite a good breakfast - lot's of "normal" things like eggs, bacon, sausages, tomatoes, croissants, pastries, toasts, a few cereals, and a small selection of fresh fruit. Then lots of Asian things - noodles, rice, and quite a ...

      Beans on toast please.

      A travel blog entry by ljt on Apr 28, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... to explore the island- worst roads I have ever seen, proper off-roading but worth it to find hidden coves. Spent a perfect couple of hours on a near-deserted beach, floating in the clear, warm sea then eating pad thai followed by an almond Magnum, idyllic.

      Around this time the anticipation of returning home started to build- thought back to my experiences over the ...

      Island Paradise

      A travel blog entry by veale on Sep 13, 2011

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... it. We then headed out of the brown water and garbage filled harbor wondering what awaited us. Thailand had tremendous flooding from all the rains so I hoped that was the reason for the mess. And yes we were soon out into torquise colored seas. Another adventure off the ferry and then into the back of a green pick-up truck taxi packed in like sardines with the other tourists. Enroute to the hotel we came to a stop on a busy street ...

      Tubing and other near-death experiences

      A travel blog entry by stephandsarah on May 07, 2011

      5 photos

      ... and with no Laos Kip and no ATMs in sight were left peniless and starving for the entire 13-hour journey. Eventually, after stopping at what seemed like every other house en route to drop off the rice, beer and who knows what, we arrived in Vientiane fed up and ravenous. Never have two people been so happy to see the slice of bread and jam given to us by our lovely hostel owner who also told us that, despite being the capital of Laos, there was 'nothing to ...