Rabiang Rua & Village Wing

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

Monkey's and marbles of the mind !

A travel blog entry by gavin.heslip.5 on May 05, 2014

... city for some time earlier in the holiday. We had a major language barrier however and it took about 10 mins for her to understand what I was asking for, god bless YouTube I was able to show her a video of waxing and of course thank you to the kind lady who persevered with us. Amazingly the eye brows razioring only cost me 20 baht!!! 40p and it does not hurt in the slightest and its cheap ...

Day 5 - Bears 2

A travel blog entry by exotictravels on May 23, 2013

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... decided to protect him by butting the other goat in the middle and lifting him up of the ground. Each time the tan goat tried to nudge Barnie, the other one came to his rescue. It was cute! Once Paul figured that out the drain, we got to work on scrubbing the pool of all the algae. We finished both pool pretty quickly.

10:30 am - Special Project - Cleaning the Civet Pools
When we were done with Bruno's pool, the WFFT truck was already waiting to take ...

Day 2 - Primates 2

A travel blog entry by exotictravels on May 20, 2013

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... for the primates within the center complex. So we went around, clean their water bowls and provide fresh water, some of these water pails were not on a pulley system so we had to be quick when cleaning out the pail before a gibbon grabbed you. Good thing was they had short nails like ours however they have very strong hands and long arms.

9:30 am - this is usually Special Project time which was sweeping the path in the jungle, however, we were provided with ...

Taking an elephant for a walk

A travel blog entry by joebella44 on Mar 01, 2011

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... the animals and Matt told us their stories and how they'd come to be at the centre. I found it quite emotional, I did have tears in my eyes listening to some of the stories! Due to the fact there's no animal cruelty laws in Thailand the centre can't just take animals away from people who are abusing them. The only way they can take the animals in is if the owners voluntariliy give them up to the centre. Matt told us that they often get bags thrown over the wall of ...

Last beach...

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on May 09, 2010

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... So on the morning of my second day, I completed a designated “Wat Walk”. This was a fairly long walk around town that passes 6 of the (supposedly) most interesting Wats. These were (1) Wat Yai Suwannaram, (2) Wat Borom, (3) Wat Trailok, (4) Wat Kamphaeng, (5) Wat Ko Kaew Sutharam, and (6) Wat Mahathat. It was interesting to see both modern temples as well as the ruins of more ancient ones. During this sightsee I took a few pit-stops at 7-elevens so ...

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