Pines Beach Hotel

Address: 38 Moo1, Pheklang-Kram Rd., Banphe, Muang, Rayong, 21160, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 38 Moo1, Pheklang-Kram Rd., Banphe, Muang, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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      Snow day at home - 26 degrees at 9:00 a.m.

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 25, 2014

      Although I love "snow days", sitting at the beach is also lovely! Marriage - my thoughts... Yesterday we were able to " log on" to the wedding website Teresa and John created for their wedding. I particularly like the photos they posted showing them during their relationship, because relationships are constantly changing and evolving. Travel, being with family and attending events all shape a relationship. Don and I were very ...

      Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by jbasta27 on Sep 21, 2012

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      ... If you stay, they will pull out games like connect 4 and Jenga and want to play so you will stay longer. It's pretty annoying to me, but a lot of guys buy into it and think these girls are into them. Thanks to Jim and Claire, we know how it all works, so we can just go in and not buy them drinks and just ignore them. It was very hard when I first arrived in Bangkok to get over how annoying these girls are, and adjust to this very different world, but I understand ...

      Mosquitoes, Manti and Muay Thai

      A travel blog entry by theharpers on Sep 17, 2011

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... impending rain, the sea became increasingly aggressive. What should have been a smooth 45 minute cruise in the tropics turned into a bouncy navigation through the grey, miserable waves. We made it, although the grey water looked more like Scarborough than an island in the Gulf of Thailand. We were met off the boat by a herd of songthaew drivers, songthaews are shared taxis. On the islands they tend to be a 4x4 vehicle with benches in the back which ...

      Well, I do have the majority of the deck here!

      A travel blog entry by tffnyhu on May 24, 2011

      ... too. Hopefully I won't cry and I will meet Tommi again in the future. I think I am one of the last people to leave Hong Kong, which makes it hard because you see everyone leave before you.

      I have than a month until I return to the states (June 20th), and I am savoring every moment that has been passing me by, all the conversations I have had with people here, and enjoying the wonderful scenery of everywhere I am going.


      Laying Low in a Bungalow

      A travel blog entry by tomeverywhere on Jan 14, 2011

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      ... quite well, and developed a regiment to live there sustainable and cheaply, staying under $20 a day including food, water, and shelter. Each resort on the island had its own beach bar, and even though I resisted, in search of solitude and focus, I was often pulled back into the late night mix - usually getting no fulfillment from it, only a late start the next day, meaning I had to wake up groggy during the hot afternoon, to do more of nothing. In contrast, the Thai family I met on ...

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