Seapines Villa Liberg

Address: 111 Moo 5, Bang Malao, Thalang, Thailand | Inn
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This inn, located on 111 Moo 5, Bang Malao, Thalang, is near Phi Phi Islands (Koh Phi Phi), James Bond Island, Coral Island, and Pum's Cooking School.
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    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Oct 28, 2014

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    As usual about noon the rain came, and then, recommended by Ireland's Jerry, I left the beach and went at the multiplex at the mall Jungceylon, see Mandrake untold, a spectacular film that just came out in Europe. I was interested in this new version of the life of the Romanian prince Vlad Tepes and hero, but unfortunately the film was another fantasy story, along the lines of the book written by an English that turned a real historical character in a ...

    It's been a few days.......

    A travel blog entry by hol_and_b on Apr 12, 2014

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    Greetings from the Thai Water festival!!! This is intense!!!! It's the Thai new year which means water is everywhere - locals are running around the streets, hotels, shops EVERYWHERE with ice cold water in buckets, bottles and water pistols wetting each other! It's so much fun and such a celebration. The difference between here and Australia is there is no violence and the only drunken ruckus is the hobo Australians lol! Since ...

    Back to country #2, Thailand

    A travel blog entry by alilap on Nov 03, 2013

    ... by, I got presented with a certificate and my photograph taken! I thanked everyone so much for being so friendly, kind and patient with me. Checked into Ai Phuket hostel and was pleasantly surprised, it was well decorated and laid out, so glad it wasn't a dump after my luxury days! Met an Aussie girl Tammy who wanted to come with me to Patong so we had some dinner and met Meaw. Her friend Noi drove us and we got there about 9.45pm. The place was heaving. I've never been asked to ...

    A lovely lazy week

    A travel blog entry by samhanson on Apr 21, 2013

    Our adventure has been given its antithesis during this last week. We swam, ate copiously, took some rays, drank mocktails and cocktails... Although a resort based holiday - there were chunks of time when we could have been anywhere - the children have still had a small insight into Thai life. It has been a welcome pause and a suitable hiatus to avoid them merging China and Thailand. We pottered along the beach to the bamboo-leaf roofed, open-sided canopy ...


    A travel blog entry by samanna2013 on Apr 03, 2013

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... I have encountered as the 4 of us boarded what it called a Tuc-Tuc, it's like a couple of mopeds strapped together with a box placed on top driven flat out on the wrong side of the road by someone who I doubt even knows what a driving licence is, some of these Tuc-Tuc things also come blinged up with neon lights and full on sound systems but ours was standard if there is such a thing oh and it was red I shall name it Percy (pic attached). So onto Thursday 4th ...