Wongchan Hat Chao Samran

Address: 181 Hat Chao Samran, Phetchaburi, 76100, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi

Birthday Party!

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 19, 2014

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... spirit. I thought it was a nice idea and I'm glad I understand the spirit houses a bit better now.

The feast went on for a long time because new people arrived every so often so the table was always full of people. The feast included currys, chicken, seafood soup, fried noodles, salad and fruit platters (which included mini pineapples! Another for my list of unusually small fruit). The sweet food included a ...

Sweet Treats, Temple and Relax

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 07, 2014

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... It was one of those days where we all just wanted to be lazy.

I had a lovely afternoon in the conservatory catching up on yesterdays blog posts and reading a little bit. We also got watermelon which has been an awesome experience to have it every day. It really does feel refreshing and cools you down after a hot day.

I got to try guava tonight. At least I think that's what Gayoon said. It tasted good anyway. I am happy to keep trying new things!

Oh That Lazy Rainy English Day in Thailand

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 03, 2014

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... thai noodles. I was looked at funny because I added chilli to it. This didn't seem strange to me because even I like chilli in my soups. It was there that I finally got some snaps of the monkeys that hang around the bottom of the hill. I had a lovely one of a monkey sat up at the table but I was in such a hurry, my finger got in it. It was nice that the people serving the food obviously thought they were pests but since I was showing an interest in them, ...

Monkey Business

A travel blog entry by jmznpache on Dec 18, 2013

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A beautiful day in Downtown Phetchaburi, with every temple uncovered, no tourists to get in the picture, only Monks, sunbathing dogs, roosters and monkeys taking ownership. We stumbled across one of the oldest monasteries yet, Wat Koekaew-Sutaram where a friendly local told us to wait so he could get a Monk with the key to show us a beautiful old temple in disrepair. History uncovered. ...

A Train Trundles Through This Market!

A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Nov 15, 2013

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... any of the hustle and bustle I had expected. I understand this was due to the moon's position which determines market days.

We visited the Heritage Museum then headed back to Bangkok but not before dinner at a seafood restaurant called Tarua restaurant just outside Bangkok.

With all the walking we had done the past two days, we managed to get a foot and shoulder massage in before they closed. That was really much ...

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