Palm Garden Lodge

Address: Ban Kon Khuang, Moo 10, Prachin Buri, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ban Kon Khuang, Moo 10, Prachin Buri.
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        Travel Blogs from Prachin Buri

        Khao Yai National Park, Thailand.

        A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jan 17, 2015

        7 photos

        ... little disappointing; however the trail we were following we had to be quiet all the time because otherwise we would just scare the animals further away. There were loads of elephant poo along the trail and there were fresh droppings from the civet cat, it's the cat that eats the berries or seeds from the coffee plants and poops them out which fertilises the coffee to be able to process it and drink it; it's okay we aren't drinking cats poo at home, the type of coffee ...

        Trekking phase

        A travel blog entry by thailand2013 on Jul 02, 2013

        89 photos

        We spent 3 days and 2 nights at Khao Yai national park, we camped right next to the river and saw many wild animals such as monkeys, buck, porcupines, elephants etc.

        We had to make our own food on an open fire cooking everything out of 1 pot, on the second night we struggled to light the charcoal (the humidity probably made it slightly damp). We tried using toilet paper as well as normal paper to light the fire but eventually used noodles as kindling to start the fire ...

        Duh Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah BATMAN!

        A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Jun 21, 2013

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... after the fun and confusing times we had previously in China. Thankfully the train had air conditioning by way of all the windows being open which resulted in many plants and shrubbery being collected on our laps throughout the journey, but it was a nice breeze none the less until we stopped for a good hour and just waited on the tracks. Unbeknown to us their is just one line in parts and so the train has to stop and wait for oncoming trains to pass through ...

        First attempt to visit a high sphere of realm

        A travel blog entry by mihalis on Mar 27, 2013

        9 photos

        ... and egolessness.
        This truth-realization by direct experience is the process of purification. The
        entire path (Dhamma) is a universal remedy for universal problems and has nothing to do with any organized religion or sectarianism. For this reason, it can be freely practiced by everyone, at any time, in any place, without conflict due to race, community or religion, and will prove equally beneficial to one and all.”
        For more on Vipassana scroll towards the end of ...

        Do you believe in fate?

        A travel blog entry by lching on Dec 04, 2012

        3 comments, 6 photos

        ... bigger than the Forbidden Palace. I kid you not, there are stadiums that can hold up to 1 million meditators!! They are even constructing an animation/production building just to produce Buddhism related education films. The vision behind this temple was from the late nun Kuhn Yay (the gifted disciple of the Great Abbot of Wat Paknam). The focus was not building elaborate traditional temples, but rather economic and simple structures that ...