Lawana Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pran Buri
... to keep up with my four legged friends, not quite sure what I was going to do if they decided to bolt. True to his words Lucky Number Five and his compadre were good as gold even when the man paraded behind them with a whip the length of a small car, couldn't help but feel concerned for their welfare and wondered what kind of lives they had when not on show. If you are wanting home from home food, with prices to match then you should hang out in the area surrounding the Hilton. No ...
... tomorrow night so that's what I did, got the hotel shuttle to the market and wandered round, got some bracelets and an elephant keying for Emily then got dinner from a stall, noodles to take away then walked up the road a bit before getting a tuktuk back to the hotel where I ate my dinner with two spoons, hehe, pretty impressed with myself though! Thailand scares me a little but I done that all by meals and means I can relax tomorrow night now ...
... posing and peaceful concrete figurines, bronze/metal elephants and very elaborately decorated pagoda structures. After Vietnam, I was very happy to see that some of the garden also contained groups of well cared for cats; a situation I would certainly expect from people who love all life.
Monk’s still lived in some of the areas here and wandered through the facility. A couple of Monks were attendants in the temples or were available to answer any questions. ...
... beach, one very enticing woman. It is very quiet except for a couple of feral dogs that seem to enjoy barking all night. The amazing thing is that none of the locals have taken on the task to solve the problem.
We have met and spent time with our neighbors and , again, have learned many very interesting life stories.
As I write this ...
... it's getting quite hot. Around half seven, Jock, one of my favourite Thai staff members, turns up to help. We should be at breakfast by around 8.40.
After breakfast there'll be another job, which today was cleaning 'other wildlife'. This is the iguanas and the birds. It only takes about an hour, then we'll have a ten minute break before we start on nocturnals at 10.30. We go around and clean and remove the food bowls of leopard cats, lorises, civets, the ...