Lealawadee at the Beach

Address: 223 Moo 4, Phu Noi Beach, Pran Buri, Prachuap Khiri Khan, 77120, Thailand | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 223 Moo 4, Phu Noi Beach, Pran Buri.
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      Temple and market

      A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Sep 07, 2014

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      Today we went to the Wat Huay Mongkol temple, it wasn't too far away by taxi so that was handy.

      The Wat Huay Mongkol temple is famous for its enormous statue of one of Thailand's most famous monks, named Luang Phor Thuad – I had read about the statue but didn’t really know what to expect, when you get there though you really do appreciate just how huge this statue is. We forgot it was a Sunday and so it was quite busy ...

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      Bangkok and Hua Hin

      A travel blog entry by earthjourney on Mar 24, 2013

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      ... to be one of my favourites. It wasn’t particularly touristy, there were supported cats, there were beautiful and inspiring Buddha’s and it just seemed to elicit a feeling of peace and tranquility – the very things a Buddhist temple should.

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      Nearing the end of peace and quiet

      A travel blog entry by genekiernan on Jan 25, 2011

      ... preparing to return to the noise and business of Bangkok in the morning. We will be there five more days doing some things we missed earlier. Two planned activities include drinks/eats at the Oriental Hotel and a takraw match. And, we have accepted a very generous invitation from some friends we met a month ago to stay in their apartment while there. ...

      Holy smokes, I'm in Thailand!

      A travel blog entry by kaela_bean on Dec 18, 2010

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      ... I was a pschotic murderer or that I was getting off on her massaging my body. Not sure what's worse to be honest. Although it was incredibly awkward as she er, rubbed my boobs, I kinda realaxed and enjoyed the fact that I didn't smell of elephant **** any longer. Amazing stuff. Next was a shower! Oh my god! A HOT SHOWER! It was like heaven. As I watched the sesame seeds go down the drain I felt ready to face the world, and ready for our little elephant safari later that evening...so ...