Kameo House, Rayong
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Travel Blogs from Rayong
... and we were beginning to think we might have to sleep on the beach or go and stay in the ghetto with Chow! Luckily booking.com saved our lives and we found a really cool brand new hotel down the road in a great location.
Our first night in Samui was mainly spent convincing ourselves we had all caught malaria - we all felt shocking! Temperatures, headaches, sickness etc! I still believe it was the fumes from the boat!
We mainly just had ...
... On the way was a big highlight for me - Thailand is well known for elephants, but I did not expect to see one. So, how pleased was I to glance across into the fields as we traveled and there was TWO elephants being taken off to work somewhere. Each had a rider on their neck and they walked along not far from the road. It was very exciting.
Special dinner tonight. Ross has promised us a fairly ...
... weird. They were also at the start of a mammoth trip around South East Asia and Australia so we discussed route options. They were heading north to Chiang Mai and then into Laos so we swapped numbers just in case we flipped our route so we could meet up. We had a few beers at Naga then we moved on the Reggae Bar next door and the buckets began.
The reggae bar was hilarious, a local man with a keyboard was playing classic Reggae (I use this ...
... time and travel time to Sukothai, I opt out and instead pay for at least one extra night here, but am thinking of more and maybe heading back to Bangkok a day earlier than I was planning and take in some more things around Bangkok. After breakfast at my spot, the only place I can find free Internet, I take the book Kristy gave me and head down to the book exchange and start helplessly looking through the books for the one I'm ...
... spent doing nothing, and that I’d successfully wiped my mind clean and learned some lessons - I’m now rebuilding me.
A film I watched on the island, taught me that the, “art of travel is to deviate from one’s plans” and I have done so, happily. When my friends went south to the island, Koh Tao, for the holidays, I needed a change of scenery and loosely followed a friend from the island, that I’d met briefly at the near end of my stay, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center