Baantoom Village Resort

Address: 44/5 Moo 5 Krongkhud , Chantaburi, 22120, Thailand | Resort
 
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This resort is located on 44/5 Moo 5 Krongkhud , Chantaburi.
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      Travel Blogs from Chantaburi

      Along Thailand's Eastern Coast

      A travel blog entry by catman4049 on Dec 16, 2014

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      ... brought a return ferry ticket from the counter and she tried to up sell to other trips and to White Sands Resort (right on beach) for 1500 baht but I mentioned we already had a place in mind in the village (500 metres to beach), she reduced to 1200 but I stayed staunch and sat over drinking water with Ashlee. Well the stars must have aligned or she was desperate for commission as she whispered in my ear 1000 which matched the other place ...

      Rayong to Chantaburi - 60km

      A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Dec 01, 2014

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      We left at 8am this morning, which is a good thing as the temperature soon gets warm. The pace set by the cycle leader is fast! Goodness knows how I will keep up after four months of virtually no exercise?!?! However, what I have discovered, very quickly, is that just when I am running out of steam and think that I need a break, one miraculously happens and we stop and are plyed with iced water, drinks, fruit and snacks. Although we are cycling ...

      Gems galore

      A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Dec 03, 2013

      6 photos

      ... is interesting, I don't think there is a call for taxis here. Mostly people take taxi buses, where they fill the van and then go. We find a taxi eventually and it's very rusty and beat up but we get in and it takes us back.

      We arrive back and I'm totally shattered, the sun has got to me today. For tea we have a whole fish, which is lovely and really meaty. It's served with a salad which blows our heads off. Sula keeps saying she doesn't make it spicy, ...

      Oh I love a rainy night

      A travel blog entry by the_schwerz on Jan 28, 2013

      3 photos

      ... the fish a couple of times but it wasn't a big deal, but it just felt weird as I wasn't expecting it. As you'd expect, Claire was being a total girl (excuse the phrase) about it and so I decided to go over and help her as I felt it was something that she should experience. After all, what's the point of us taking this trip round the world if we're not going to throw ourselves out of our comfort zones and experience as much as we can? I managed to ...

      Can you get me a lime for that Corona?

      A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Aug 22, 2011

      22 photos

      ... price of a cheap rag). In Thailand, this rather simple debacle can cost up to $50! Trust me, that's a LOT of money in such a poor place. It's all quite mathematical really. It usually involves the owner of the bike (in this case a fortuitous Thai businessman) taking out his handheld calculator, inventing some random numbers, punching them in, adding them together and voolah, you have your total cost of liability. I finally agreed to give him 700 baht ($21 US) whenhe informed me ...