Rayong Chalet

Address: 4/32 Moo3, Pae-Klaeng-Kram Rd., T. Charkpong, A. Klaeng, Rayong, 21190, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4/32 Moo3, Pae-Klaeng-Kram Rd., T. Charkpong, A. Klaeng, Rayong.
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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

      ... travel with four other couples on our journey through SE Asia. Ken and Frances, Chris and Brigitte, Yves and Jocelyne, and Henrik and Ellen were wonderful travel companions. And, in addition to being nice to everyone in our group, each couple obviously loved and respected each other. Every day we saw examples of this. One day Chris thought he had lost the camera. They were sitting behind us on one of our bus trips and I heard ...

      Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by jbasta27 on Sep 21, 2012

      15 photos

      ... more and it doesn't annoy me as much anymore. I don't know if thats good or bad, but it is what it is...you just have to get used to it. My heart goes out to a lot of these girls that don't have a choice and get sucked into this horrible existence. There is a lot more i could say about this, but its just too hard to explain in writing. Anyways, I told you that, to tell you this: Pattaya has an area of it that is a few blocks long that makes Bangkok look like Sunday School. ...

      Mosquitoes, Manti and Muay Thai

      A travel blog entry by theharpers on Sep 17, 2011

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... 10 people. We had pinpointed Hin Kok beach as our destination and the journey cost us 20 bahts per person, about 50p. We had been lucky so far and had not been caught in the rain, that swiftly changed about halfway from the pier to our beach. The heavens opened and the rain cascaded down on us. Don't be mistaken in thinking that these songthaews are proper taxis, they are open to the elements and have no roof. We were soaked. Foolishly we had decided ...

      From Bangkok's Chinatown to Ko Samet

      A travel blog entry by insomniatravels on Jan 24, 2011

      5 photos

      Voor de dames hun laatste dag keerden we terug naar Bangkok, pikte ik Meri op in Suvarnabhumi en bezochten we Chinatown en Lumphini park. Het is duidelijk dat Chinees nieuwjaar hier al voorbereid wordt: de witte konijnen zijn omnipresent. Toen we 's avonds in de taxi zaten, kwamen we terecht in één van de politieke manifestaties van de rode hemden tegen het militaire regime. Zoals alles hier was dit geen bitter, agressief of gefrustreerd gegeven, maar een ...

      Laying Low in a Bungalow

      A travel blog entry by tomeverywhere on Jan 14, 2011

      4 photos

      ... owned a section of the beach and kept this one small part of the island free of noise, alcohol, smoking, and sports so that, in opposition to the rest of the island, people could lay around peacefully, and in a sense practice meditation through living quietly. I love the family, and it would be a rather long and beautiful story to tell all in this post, but they live as self-ordained Buddhist monks and encourage friendly people to visit with them, share their beach, and offer meals as ...