Address: Haad Chao Samran A. Muang, Phetchaburi, 76100, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Haad Chao Samran A. Muang, Phetchaburi.
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Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi

A little bit of paradise

A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Jun 24, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... and more birds as we headed towards dusk. Not until we'd spent over an hour patiently looking for a hooded pitta though. This is an interesting take on birding. Normally, we like the buffet style...you get what there is, no choices. But sometimes a la carte becomes a possibility and if you wait long enough in the right place, you might see your bird of choice. Roger waited and waited and was rewarded (I use the word loosely) with a ...

Day 4 - Primates 1

A travel blog entry by exotictravels on May 22, 2013

13 photos

... of the water while others use their hands as a cup. When you are filling water, you also have to be quick as they like to try and grab your watering can and pull it.

12:00 pm - Lunch
Break time and lunch

1:15 pm - Water Round P1
Another quick water check to make sure the water pails are not empty.

2:00 pm - Food Prep
Back to food prep for the evening meal, they eat the same things like: watermelon, mango, rambutan, guava, ...

Day 1 - Arrival Day

A travel blog entry by exotictravels on May 19, 2013

14 photos

... up to the "upper elephants". First we were introduced to all 4 elephants that were there and then Paul and I were given a wheel barrow and a pitch fork to walk around their enclosures picking up elephant poop and it is NOT small. Fortunately, the elephants mostly eat veggie and fruits so it wasn't at all smelly. Within 15 mins we had an entire wheelbarrow full if poop and it was HOT. Probably about 95F and 80%2525 humidity.
Next we had to create ...

Bangkok, Day 2

A travel blog entry by garyzgeb on Feb 28, 2013

11 photos

... unseen in this amazing country.

As we settled in for our long drive, our incredible guide Tony pulled out the take-away (aka take-out, to-go) containers of sticky-rice and mangos, opened them, and drizzled sweet coconut flower syrup on the mixture. He told us this was his favourite sweet treat that his grandmother had given him as a child. Our friends Tom & Mary back in Canada had also recommended this treat to us, and I'm happy to report that they were ...

Kob Khun Ka, Thailand

A travel blog entry by calamitycat on Oct 24, 2012

27 photos

... first thing in the morning to avoid the rush of the tourist buses that take day trips to the markets from Bangkok. So off we went to the large bus station.

Of course, upon arrival we were unable to find our bus, or anyone who knew anything about said bus. Eventually a friendly man who worked there took us outside, hailed a bus from the side of what was essentially a motorway and insisted this was the correct bus. A little worried that we may have ...

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