Maneechan Resort & Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Maneechan Resort & Hotel Chantaburi
Travel Blogs from Chantaburi
... washed down with a sprite and pistachio ice cream and then a chocolate donut at a bakery on the way back to the Royal hotel. It was a comfortable hotel which reminded me of staying in a pub back home which had past its glory years and was now just rooms for rent. There was a nice touch when we checked out (paying the reasonable rate of $20) with the Manager thanking us for staying and handing Ashlee and I a hand ...
... t think I'm coming back here. I get upset as I am so sick of problems with my teeth. We decide to continue with our journey south east.
We get on the bus at 4.30pm and it seems OK, it has a toilet and air con. They also hand out water and a cake! It costs about £4 each and Mark says it should take about three hours, stupidly I believe him! It's a pretty old and rickety bus and the driver is crunching his gears like mad! Two hours in and the bus stops and it looks ...
... NY sign. Then came the lads moment - we grabbed Claire fully clothed and carried her into the sea. Then commenced tackling with her from both of us as she tried to get us back but come on we had already been throwing ourselves about in the sea. It all went down well and everyone was chuckling about it - even the police who we walked past on our way back to the hotel. (I'll have to put pictures up for this last bit another time as Tony has them on his ...
... mysterious Thai city, but I have learned to trust Cristine's intuition. And she was not going to stay at the Happyday for anything more than a shower. So off we went and ended up here at the "Natural Resort" which is quite lovely and a few steps up from the Happyday. We're resting today and preparing to cross into Cambodia tomorrow. According to some other cyclists we met on the road yesterday, Cambodia is about 20 years behind Thailand so we're a ...
... Of course, you could also earn 100 baht if you won, but trust me, nobody ever won. It was his *schtick*.
Like a good teacher, I spent around 15 minutes lecturing him on the fact that he should be at home with his parents or preparing for school the next day. In a world where time is money, I cost him a small fortune.
We literally spent around 8 hours at this oasis. It wasn't until the night crew started planting pillars around us that we finally got up. My ...