White @ Sea

Address: 77/33 Moo 1 Mae Rampung Beach, Rayong, 21160, Thailand | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 77/33 Moo 1 Mae Rampung Beach, Rayong, is near Opium Museum, Koh Samet, Laem Mae Phim beach, and The Food Market....
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      A little bit of paradise

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... was up, we showered and then had breakfast. We were impressed by the food offered. After breakfast we went for a walk to explore a bit of the island. I think it may even be possible to run on the main road and we may try it tomorrow morning, before it gets too hot. We spent most of the day at the beach, being very careful not to get too much sun. One of the highlights was lunch. A Thai woman prepared a fresh papaya salad, right on the beach. We also had ...

      Bangkok to Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by kyandgav on May 18, 2012

      1 comment

      ... Probably after some hot tail we thought. It turns out our Ralph may have cashed in one or two of his cat lives as well. We were informed that he turned up at our old flat. A major state highway, a state forest, 40 odd kilometers and dodging some crazy New Zealand driving and he made it home you our old flat where some friends of ours, Courtney and Tom had just moved in! It seems the Fantastics are a family of travellers!  Good on ya Mr Ralph!  Here's hoping he stays there until we get ...

      Laem Mae Phim

      A travel blog entry by gkeo06 on May 09, 2012

      16 photos

      We actually arrived in Laem Mae Phim, a district in Rayong, late last night after we left Pattaya City. Malai gave us the option to stay in city or drive about 2 hours to a less populated place. I opted for the latter and here we were, in this quaint little beach town. I woke early the next morning to take a walk along the beach and take some pictures. The town is quiet except for the several locals setting up their shops and stalls of fresh seafood, ...

      Beach Fun & Food Poisioning

      A travel blog entry by nmiddle1 on Aug 13, 2011

      27 photos

      ... get fuel and would be back in 30 mins Laurie & I were deeply suspicious after hearing the stories of theft. After an hour and a half of waiting for the bus to come back everyone was getting tense. "That's it they are def stealing our stuff" Laur says. After 2 hours the bus turns up saying that it had broken down, we were still suspicious but hoped our bags would be intact by the time we got to Koh Samet. We got dropped off at the pier to catch the bus, ...

      Tubing and other near-death experiences

      A travel blog entry by stephandsarah on May 07, 2011

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      ... my life."

      Our ticket out of Vinh was Mr Hai's 'tourist bus' the next day. While Mr Hai has the advantage of being the only person in Vinh who can speak a word of English, he may want to invest in a better dictionary as, last time we checked, 'tourist bus' doesn't mean an ancient, rickety freight coach full to the brim of bags of rice, crates of beer and gawping Vietnamese men. We handed over the last of our Vietnamese Dong for a Laos visa at ...