Sirihome-On-Sea Beach Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Rayong
... one….about 1.5m long! In all the time I have been here I have only seen one of
these when it got trapped in my apartment car park. Today on my bike ride I saw
two. I biked along the river to Wat Sisa Thong, which is a village/
temple/school about 5kms from my apartment and then further down the road to
the Suwan Golf and Country Club, which is the golf course where they sometimes
hold the Thailand Open. Then I just went down some random roads in between
... my boss. Colorful fishing boats in vibrant primaries and bright neon colors were anchored into the water, creating a playful & colorful contrast to the deep blue of the sky, turquoise waters and bright green foliage of the trees. There is so much color in Thailand- in the nature, architecture, clothing...no wonder they're so happy. We parked ourselves on the main beach and I tiptoed toward the water, expecting the typical ...
... me up. We sat studying our books with intent, there was no way we could stay here for the full 7 nights as planned if the weather remained this bad. We could head to Cambodia early or we could flip our route around and head north in Thailand to Chiang Mai and go on through to Laos. Later that night we were joined at our table by a couple from Leeds, Tom and Katie. We started talking and realised we had been on the same flight from London on the ...
... not museli but muesli, like Bruce Lee…'.
To spend the ladies' last day we returned to Bangkok, I picked up Meri at Suvarnabhumi and we visited Chinatown and Lumphini park. Chinese new year is clearly being prepared already: the white rabbits are omnipresent. When a taxi took us back in the evening, we ended up in one of the political demonstrations of the red shirts against the military regime. As everything here this wasn't a bitter, ...
... a year, and had been determined to get before I left Seattle. I wasn’t intent to get the tattoo on this trip, but the tattoo artist I met was such a great, and interesting person, that I wanted him specifically to do it, and luckily, his creative graphic artist was able to finish my sketch better than I had envisioned, allowing this to happen. Getting the tattoo was not a rushed decision, not for show, nor because every tourist in Thailand gets tattoos (which I’d been ...