Buddha Bungalows

111 Tharnbon Krueng, Moo 4, Rayong, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 111 Tharnbon Krueng, Moo 4, Rayong.
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Diving, tattoos and another Full Moon Party!

A travel blog entry by dmj33 on Oct 13, 2012

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... He sounds like Optimus Prime his voice is so deep. No-one is sure where Frazer is, we later find out he’s still partying at this point! Chill in the evening with Canadian guys Lenny and Shane; neither Sophie or I can bring ourselves to go out.

1st Nov: Check out of our room, will definitely miss the rare luxury! Final swim in the lovely pool then go and find the boys for breakfast and head to Thong Sala pier with Al, who let us have two freebie ...

Our Main Job

A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Jun 03, 2012

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... it was the bus driver saying that I would need to sign for this morning's bus - sounded reasonable so I agreed, collected my stuff and headed downstairs. When I got there Ross asked if I had caught up with the breakfast guy because I had not signed for breakfast.... whoops! The man had apparently headed up to my room for me to sign. Eventually, we caught up and I signed their docket. Still took an extraordinary amount of time.
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Island Life

A travel blog entry by my-size-elevens on Oct 16, 2011

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... floor. When I turned around I couldn’t see Yah Tee for all of the guys surrounding her. There must have been ten of them all smiles and trying to touch her wherever they could. I just made eye contact and asked if she was okay. She shook her head and gave me a ‘come rescue me’ look, so I danced over, took her by the hand and dragged her onto the dance floor. This earned me ten very cold stares and a big thank you and we danced for the next few songs until I went ...

Diving and chill

A travel blog entry by samandtom on May 17, 2011

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... book up an Open Water PADI course, on arrival it was fairly obvious that diving was not number one pass time on this side of the island; the shop was a two roomed hut set well off the beach run by a lone dive instructor and his mad poodle, but it would do.

Whilst Sam spent her days learning diving theory and getting in the water I chilled out on the beach. On her final day of open water dives I joined her ...

Not all that Koh Samet!

A travel blog entry by lommy on Mar 13, 2011

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... stank (again, I wondered where my 200 bht entrance fee was going)
So we left there and ended up at a pretty quiet and much smaller bar at the end of the beach called 'Sunrise'! It was dead when we got there, so we made friends with all the local lads working there and convinced them it was already 'happy hour' (it wasn't) and got ourselves some cheap bucket to start the evening!
It was a lot of fun, the boys both managed to get really drunk (not ...