Sirihome-On-Sea Beach Hotel

Address: 151 Moo3, Pae-Klaeng Highway Sargpong, Klaeng, Rayong, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 151 Moo3, Pae-Klaeng Highway Sargpong, Klaeng, Rayong.
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Travel Blogs from Rayong

Musings on the human body

A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 23, 2014

... small and delicate, we must seem so large to them. An interesting note is that the Asian men appear to be more "well-fed". Then there are people who have "decorated" their bodies with numerous tattoos. One man has an interesting combination of what looks like First Nations art and skulls. Many women also have many tattoos adorning their bodies. Watching the children play in the sand and surf is fun. Their small bodies are firm and ...

Bangkok to Koh Samet

A travel blog entry by kyandgav on May 18, 2012

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... were pulling away from the pier, another 6 or so jumped onboard from the pier. It was at this time that we noticed there were no life jackets on the boat! But by this stage we were heading for open water and there wasn't a lot we could do about it. We had a private discussion involving kicking needy people in the head were we to capsize. We headed out into open water where it became decidedly choppy and our overloaded boat began rocking precariously and taking on water. It was at ...

Beach Fun & Food Poisioning

A travel blog entry by nmiddle1 on Aug 13, 2011

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We boarded our supposed VIP in Bangkok, we had heard some stories of people getting their possessions stolen out of their bags whilst using these buses off of the Khao San Road so we were a bit wary. Anyway the journey got underway and we stopped after a couple of hours for a service break only for the bus to pull away leaving about 15-20 of us at this service station/shack at the side of the highway. The owner of the of the shack assured us that the driver was ...

Tubing and other near-death experiences

A travel blog entry by stephandsarah on May 07, 2011

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Our last entry saw us stranded in Vinh, Vietnam, after our bus to Laos left early without us. While some 'real' travellers might welcome the thought of being thrown headfirst into 'real' Vietnamese life where no-one speaks English and there's not a cheese and ham sandwich in sight, we all know that we are not 'real' travellers so it wasn't exactly our favourite stop. To quote SRG: "if I ever end up in Vinh again, I'll know that something has gone seriously ...

Jade Goody Green

A travel blog entry by noodlesandrice on Dec 16, 2010

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... Rayong where we were bundled onto a minibus that didn't have enough seats (we had to share one) which took us to Ban Phe. From here we caught the ferry, the boat was an old rickety thing which bounced across the jade green water to Ko Samet. Once we arrive we clamber out the boat and straight onto a songthaew, which drives us through the 'entrance' (Ko Samet is a national park so you have to pay 200 baht/4 each just to get onto the island) and then drops us at ...