Address: Haad Chao Samran A. Muang, Phetchaburi, 76100, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi

Hand Crafted Temple Beauty

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 13, 2014

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... of these pagodas.

When we got back to the house, we turned around a left again. This time just across the road to a coffee shop owned by Paiboon's cousin. We sat in the nice little garden drinking iced green tea and chatting. I loved that little coffee shop. It had a really nice atmosphere. Family business and full of locals.

I had another afternoon of sitting in the garden reading and playing games. It's so pleasant to sit surrounded by the sounds of wildlife like that.

Mangrove Boardwalk and Prawns is Today's Order

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 05, 2014

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... as well, it didn't matter what the food tasted like. The food we were given was all bright colours and fish. It looked delicious. The fish was very spicy and I only managed a few pieces (I had more for dinner), I didn't try the clams unfortunately but there are just some textures I can't stomach and we also had a crab dish which I mostly ate. This was one of my favourite restaurants just because of locale and how well presented their food was. When we left there, it just started ...

Wat's it all about

A travel blog entry by piholland on Oct 24, 2014

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We left the building centre with our usual sense of, 'well then, where too now?'

The plan was always to head east as we had a week to kill before we flew to Myanmar. We weren't really in the mood for the islands, after spending time analysing your impact on the world with someone like Bow, the stories of islands with no proper infrastructure to dispose of waste with the rubbish and sewerage escaping into the sea. We had witnessed the problem first hand ...

Eat your heart out (literally), amphawa!

A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Jul 18, 2014

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... to be like lightening bugs at home, but they were a little different. i was the only native english speaker on the boat, but someone called out "OOH! LIKE A CHRISTMAS TREE!" it's so funny the words that people choose to learn. day eleven / chatuchak market: there were 3 rooms filled at baan pai fah over the weekend: me, party of 1, robin and paris, and mookie and jamie. (mookie from thailand, jamie from uk). pin and her father arranged for us all to check out the ...

Floating market, food and meeting up with people

A travel blog entry by amzah on Feb 19, 2014

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... with Beefballs and Sliced Beef. Awesome stuff, very tender chicken and tasty and the noodle soup was also good.

Took a nap after all that food and decided that I'd go to a weekly Couchsurfing meeting in Bangkok. It's meant for travellers, locals, expats etc to meet up and hang out with each other. Met some nice people who have the same kind of outlook as I have. So when I go back to Bangkok again in a few weeks, I can contact some people to chill out in this nice ...