The S.A. Hotel

Address: 45 Soi Terdjarad 2, Trat, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 45 Soi Terdjarad 2, Trat.
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      Travel Blogs from Trat

      Two Rongs do make a right in the land of smiles

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 03, 2014

      32 photos

      ... even better and were just jaw droppingly beautiful, with snow like white powder sand and sea so warm, calm and clear it felt like stepping into a bath. True heaven. We had heard about there being snakes on the island and I had read somewhere that there are more amputees in Cambodia from snake bites than landlines. On our second trek, even though we kept our eyes peeled, I somehow stepped next to one and missed it by an inch as Anya calmly stopped and pointed out 'er, Dave you ...

      Koh Chang

      A travel blog entry by jennagroters on Apr 20, 2014

      11 comments, 35 photos

      ... Lonely Beach in little bungalows looking out over the white sand beach. Air conditioning and flush toilets which is awesome. There are geckos running around everywhere, some small and some LARGE and bull frogs that make really weird noises, Apparently sometimes monkeys come down and tap on the huts....no biggie!! The first thing we did after a long sweaty trip was go for a swim in the sea....it is so warm, like the temperature of the bath ...

      Heading South

      A travel blog entry by sumac on Jan 27, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... and Mimi who are also going our way and, not knowing the ropes, we think we might share a taxi to the pier, still quite a way from here but we are directed to a songtheaw. We chat to Lee who is from the UK but has been renovating and now building a house in France. The ride to the pier takes at least half an hour and we realize why the fare was so much. We stop to swap the tickets we had bought in Bangkok for another piece of paper, as is the way out here, ...

      Thoughts on Cambodia (Nick)

      A travel blog entry by arnosti on Jul 13, 2013

      1 comment

      ... six people! Other interesting items that we saw transported by motorcyle included an enormous stack of rugs (measuring approximately six feet by five), various pieces of furniture, an entire flock of chickens, and even two pigs leaving the contents of their bowels at wide intervals along the road. After motorcycles, pick-up trucks were among the most common vehicles on the road, almost always carrying a number of passengers in the back. In Kompong Chnang, three busses passed by, each ...

      Elephant day.

      A travel blog entry by lejenanne on May 17, 2013

      2 photos

      We awoke expecting a thunderstorm for our elephant trek, but were presently surprised when the sun was shining an the birds singing. After a bit of confusion about where an when the taxi was picking us up we were on our way in to the jungle! Eeek! Yayyy! Arriving at the elephant park we were introduce to our elephants an the Manhout (elephant trainers). We had a ...