Ao Cho Grandview Hideaway Resort

Address: 44/4 Moo 4 , Rayong, 21160, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 44/4 Moo 4 , Rayong.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Ao Cho Grandview Hideaway Resort Rayong

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    Travel Blogs from Rayong

    Bangkok & Beach

    A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Nov 09, 2012

    11 photos

    ... baht on dinner which we can eat handsomely for. Russell found the hottest dish of our travels so far, a chicken and chilli concoction which he claims surpassed all hot dishes he has ever eaten before! We went all out on the last evening after having met two ladies from back home and found ourselves comparing the local pubs in the Bath and surrounding area! We really have been lazy in Koh Samet although prior to the beach escape we spent the weekend in bustling Bangkok ...

    Highs and Lows of Thailand

    A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Jun 06, 2012

    7 photos

    ... directing the traffic and just off the side of the road was one of the colourful double decker buses lying on it's side. A few people around but little activity except for the police. (these were the first and only police I saw in Thailand except for those at the airport with their very large guns).

    Got to the plant and worked the morning away. As we were on the bus to go to lunch we asked the HP ...

    Life's A Beach

    A travel blog entry by peterandmelissa on Feb 15, 2012

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... if we had known more, but this time we made all the right decisions. Instead of the party beach on the island, we were at the "perfect beach". Koh Samet has 11 white sand beaches, and you can drive from one end to the other in around 30 minutes, and that's only because the roads are so bad. Vong Duern Beach turned out to be the best one. The water was the most beautiful, clear, aquamarine color you could imagine and the powdered sugar sand was some of the softest we ...

    All good things come to an end eventually

    A travel blog entry by nadine_india on Jun 16, 2011

    1 comment

    ... at 'left luggage' three days before), checked-in, spent 20 mins in the internet cafe and stupidly never once
    looked at a clock. When I headed off to find a VAT return place (to get tax back on the camera that I had bought in Chiang Mai), I passed the flight info board, glanced at it and spotted a red, blinking 'Final Call' notice next to my flight. With the clock telling me that I had 10 mins to go until my flight was to depart. ...

    Bikini Waxes, Psycho Cabbies and a Bomb Threat

    A travel blog entry by s.l.taylor on Mar 14, 2011

    31 photos

    ... jumped in a cab quickly, though even that took some work - plus after the last experience, I was considering given the driver a personaility test before I got in. We drove around the area and got to meet TinTin and Bunty, still pretty shook up, and ordered some large beers and food to help settle ourselves. Dinner was nice, and pair came down to the station with us - we were getting the overnight train to Laos.

    At this point I'll stop... ne country, new chapter.
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