Lima Coco Resort

Address: 40/1 Moo 4, Rayong, 10310, Thailand | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Rayong

        Island Paradise

        A travel blog entry by catman4049 on Dec 17, 2014

        11 photos

        ... metres we just putted along at 20-30 km/hr and stopped at most beaches for a wander and photos. Unlike the previous day it was overcast and ideal conditions to explore the island. We cruised back to our bungalow, parking the scooter right outside. I face timed home while Ashlee got her hair braided which she was excited about and had been looking to do in Cambodia. I hadn't taken a shower today so set off for a swim in the sea and floated ...

        Feels like 42!

        A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Mar 15, 2013

        12 photos

        ... br> Other interesting facts about Thailand. I may have said this one already, but there are 7-11's everywhere. In the town of Ko Samet which is literally 1 main street, there are 4!

        Fact 2- In Thailand, the whiter you are, the better. You have to be really careful about any creams or lotions that you buy because they all contain whitening ingredients. I had to buy sunscreen, and spent forever examining the bottles for one that would actually let me get a tan ...

        Our Main Job

        A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Jun 03, 2012

        1 photo

        ... whistling wind I think woke me and I looked out the window and the rain was pelting down. I got back to sleep until I was awake again around 2AM and looked around my room and suddenly realised the lights were on.... huh? A bit more investigation and I discovered that the power had gone off - no power, but there were lights - must be some sort of emergency system. Anyhow the power came back on and all was fine. No more disturbances after that.....

        Visa Woes

        A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 24, 2012


        ... would "lose face," and instead simply give wrong (though official) information, I think I am done with my Thailand experience. I love the children I teach, and I love the school and its proximity to the ocean, and I love swimming in the Gulf of Thailand every day, but I do not like official policies that change for each individual, and penalize some of us on an official's simple whim. And I am lonely on weekends. But that is another story.

        Koh Samet

        A travel blog entry by domh on Jun 11, 2011

        2 comments, 140 photos

        ... and cajeput trees grow abundantly. Owing to the lack of rain the island still ships in potable water. Interestingly it is believed that once upon a time, Koh Samet was the home of pirates and that until this very day there is still lost treasure buried somewhere on the island. The classical Thai Poet, Sunthorn Phu (1786–1855), set part of his epic work, Phra Aphai Mani, on the shores of the island. Statues of the title character, Prince Aphai Mani and ...