Kameo House, Sriracha

Address: 35 Jerm Jompon Road, Si Racha, Chonburi Province, 20110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 35 Jerm Jompon Road, Si Racha.
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    Travel Blogs from Si Racha

    Volunteering

    A travel blog entry by jake.robinson on May 01, 2015

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    ... of playing football and running round we headed back to the school and the kids all crashed and I was so tired I had to nap for about three hours from 4-7. The third day was all about maths so this day I spent about 4 hours playing Yahtzee with the kids (some who really enjoyed it- the small cute ones and the clever older ones, but the middle kids looked so bored even I felt bad for them). And then the fourth day we went to a horse riding school and then a spa. It was ...

    Nakita, Tashina, Imi and Adounis!

    A travel blog entry by kthutchings on Jun 14, 2013

    ... much organisation, and they had a coaches race! it was good fun to watch him and cheer him on. we went to see the laser buddha too, a massive outline burnt into the side of a big hill. it was really cool, apparently it was a birthday present to the king a few years ago. then we went to Pattay, walked on the beach and had a japanese lunch. then it was time to say goodbye to the cedolins (and imi) and get the bus back to bangkok. ...

    Day 3 - Dusky Langurs

    A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 15, 2013

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    ... no one was looking I tipped it in the garden. We then drove to the project - prachuap khiri Khan - and did the mangrove boardwalk. Met a lady from Russia who is cycling around and hairy. Aj saw her first women's genitals at this stage. After the boardwalk we saw a macaque and some dusky langurs asleep in the mangroves. Drove back to the Bungalow for a 2hr rest. Walked up a mountain alongside the beach barefoot. A family of ...

    Bang Saen (24 - 28 October)

    A travel blog entry by ryness on Oct 26, 2012

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    ... is not a tourist spot for westerners! The actual volleyball tournament has been awesome so far. With not many crowds (we are anticipating the weekend to be busiest) we've been able to kick back in the sun and watch some world class volley. There is one Aussie team competing, and they made it through a few rounds before losing out to Vanuatu in a three setter. 2 more days to go in Bang Saen, looking forward to ...

    White sands and blue sea!

    A travel blog entry by scottandamy on Jul 12, 2012

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    ... rig in the red sea as a secretary, as women didn't used to be given those sorts of jobs back then.

    At 2pm we collected our bags from the hotel reception and headed for a sweaty hot walk to the minivan company to catch the 15.10 minivan to Bangkok Airport. It only took 1.5 hours and we ended up at the Airport Transportation Centre where we took the free shuttle into the arrivals terminal to wait for Charlotte, whos plane was supposed to be landing at 6pm.
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