Rabiang Rua & Village Wing

Address: 80/1-5 Moo 1 Anamai Rd., Phetchaburi, 76000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 80/1-5 Moo 1 Anamai Rd., Phetchaburi.
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Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi

Taken for a ride !!

A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 19, 2015

2 comments, 31 photos

... should take us about 4 hours return. Tom is one of 15 registered taxi drivers permitted to seek his trade outside of this hotel: he pays 6000 Baht ($AUD240) per month for this "priviledge". The other tuk-tuk drivers that are found out on the street from our hotel (the ones we usually chat with in negotiating a price to be transported around Bangkok), flirt with the police and generally pay an "incentive" to the latter, to be able to sit and spriuk clientele. ...

Birthday Party!

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 19, 2014

5 photos

... which was like a fruity cake that was wrapped in a palm leaf that acted as a cake case. It was so awesome and tasty.

When we left we went to the supermarket to buy supplies for our camping trip. Bread and fruit for breakfast sounds good to me...

In the evening we went back to Gayoon's friend's house for dinner. This time Paiboon came with us (he was at the dentist before). We ate more of the ...

Sugar Palm and Lovely Thai Folk

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 11, 2014

23 photos

... out all the different fruits to me that were growing around the place, he started picking them for us to try. He said to Gayoon to make sure I try them all. We'd already got the chance to try his Palm sugar product (which tastes amazing by the way) and I felt bad for all that he was doing. Apparently he told me to stop because he was proud of what he did and wanted to show it off to us. Because we showed an interest in his work, he couldn't do enough ...

Loi Krathong Festival

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 06, 2014

14 photos

A brief run down on what Loi Krathong actually is.

It takes place on the 12th month of the Thai lunar calendar on the first full moon on said month (November for us Westerners :o) ). It also coincides with Yi Peng (according to Wikipedia) which is a festival celebrated in the north of Thailand where they traditionally sent Khom Loi (floating lanterns) into the sky. To float a krathong in the water you first light the candle and incense then make a wish ...

Oh That Lazy Rainy English Day in Thailand

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 03, 2014

7 photos

... thai noodles. I was looked at funny because I added chilli to it. This didn't seem strange to me because even I like chilli in my soups. It was there that I finally got some snaps of the monkeys that hang around the bottom of the hill. I had a lovely one of a monkey sat up at the table but I was in such a hurry, my finger got in it. It was nice that the people serving the food obviously thought they were pests but since I was showing an interest in them, ...