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Travel Blogs from Chantaburi
... of cranes, fish, frogs, crabs and my favourite; snakes and the water is very shallow. We make a stop at a mangrove centre and we climb to the top of a look out, I can't stop taking pictures of the mangrove roots. There are lots of walk ways which we explore and we try some local tea, that is grown in the mangrove.
I talk to Sula on the way round and she had been at Faasai for nine years and has two daughters, aged 14 and 18. I ask her if she ...
... this side of the border with better roads, more lush terrain, generally higher standard of living and, interestingly, fewer temples that we could observe. Although this country had a coup in 2006 (one of many coups and coup attempts) and is currently battling an insurgency (begun in 2004) in the south, it has not suffered the ravages of a full scale war in the past 50 ...
landscape even more.
Once we find the place, we usually bargain if it seems like they are
giving us a tourist price, because we are not tourists, we are
Dinner is either another salad, spiced up with fresh basil and ...
... we left the place having found a new way of travelling, a new way of meeting inspiring people, a new way of living and even a new way of eating! The biggest lesson or reminder for me was the joy that comes with helping others freely and willingly. In these past three weeks of very simple living I have felt so many moments of pure happiness for no particular reason that it does make me wonder if I've over-complicated my life in the past. Well let's hope I remember to ...
... presence. We walked on to the Gem & Jewelry Center. It’s a nice, air-conditioned building with numerous dealers selling beautiful things from glass counters & display cases.
We got hungry. The map listed quite a few restaurants--all seafood restaurants--but they were all in another part of town. A jeweler recommended the hotel restaurant next door. I ordered a spicy sizzling seafood platter, & Yvonne ordered Singapore noodles. We got the ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Kasemsarn Hotel Chantaburi
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