Lawana Beach Resort

Address: 5/1 Moo 1 Paknampran, Pran Buri, Prachuap Khiri Khan, 77220, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 5/1 Moo 1 Paknampran, Pran Buri.
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      Travel Blogs from Pran Buri

      Two oceans split by the south.

      A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 20, 2014

      8 photos

      ... in a wooden crate so he can't walk or move and then beat him on his back over and over with bats and sticks until he kneels. It's actually called "breaking the elephants will". Even the documentation I got from the travel agent mentioned this phenomenon. And I know; it must be centuries old. Hannibal rode elephants over the Alps, but we are a civilized world. Knowledge and power come with responsibility. It has to stop somewhere. I'm not the most environmentally friendly guy ...

      The old bone rattler

      A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Mar 07, 2014

      1 comment

      ... by the number of people tapping their feet and going to the window to check where the bus is stands for very impatient people. Eventually, almost exactly an hour over its scheduled arrival time, which would be classed as early in some Indian train stations our bus arrives. With large reclining seats and a blanket to protect you from the force 10 air conditioning set at super cold we are off, see you in Krabi guys ...

      Bangkok and Hua Hin

      A travel blog entry by earthjourney on Mar 24, 2013

      13 photos

      ... 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. ...

      Nearing the end of peace and quiet

      A travel blog entry by genekiernan on Jan 25, 2011

      ... 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 ...

      Flood!

      A travel blog entry by straybuttons on Oct 05, 2010

      ... job, Spotty, really deteriorated and had to be euthanased a few weeks ago. I was really upset that day. Then Tommy rescued Percy the baby dove from Fluffy, one of the dogs, and I was taking care of him. I was giving him hourly feeds of rice powder mixed with hot water and cod liver oil, feeding him with a syringe, and Lucy and I put some branches into his cage for enrichment. I had only been taking care of him for a few days when one night I checked on him ...