La Toscana Resort

5/1 Moo.3, Baan Phapok, Suan Phueng, Ratchaburi Province, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5/1 Moo.3, Baan Phapok, Suan Phueng.
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    Travel Blogs from Suan Phueng

    Being up high in Chiang Mai.

    A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Dec 11, 2013

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    Had an action packed week, not as action packed as some of the roomies, bringing a new meaning to being 'rocked to sleep' bunk beds not being the steadiest of situations. No naming and shaming though! After the journey not for the faint hearted we went on a temple run, was so nice to go somewhere peaceful and then on to the tiger kingdom. We were all a little anxious of it as the elephant trek had upset us all but we read plenty of reviews and hopped off in a tuk tuk. It ...

    Birthday weekend wooooo!

    A travel blog entry by followingolivia on Dec 04, 2013

    ... tourists. It was then that I saw the rain and my heart sank! None the less, a little bit of rain was not going to stop us. We got ready, met the others for the pick up and had another little sing song of Happy Birthday as we set off. I got a small tiara and wand as a cute pressie and it was so sweet that the group paid for my tour that day J

    First stop: Erawan Waterfalls. Even with seven tiers we were arrogant that we would easily get to the top. But behind the curtain ...

    Being tall and a clashing wall.

    A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Nov 28, 2013

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    ... sorted at present, so will be doing a Mary and a Joseph, here's hoping there's room at the inn. No baby to be dropped though, so only half the fun. Starting to feel a bit vomit worthy. Can't decide whether it's the fact I'm sat looking at a green and yellow wall framed with pink satin curtains or that I practically ate a whole chicken and consumed a gallon of tea in a bag. Tea in a bag, Thailand is incredible. Visiting the squat toilet ...

    Breaking beds and kicking heads.

    A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Nov 21, 2013

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    ... was a lizard on his ******. Being a mature adult I took charge of the situation in the best way I could, I held a piece of paper up to protect myself and shoved him out the door making the mime signals for him to take off his shorts, which is an interesting imagine to reflect on. Just stood in his angry bird pants he came running to the door and I nearly didn't let him in, cruel but self preservation always comes top. I let him in anyway, but not the shorts. As I'm writing this my ...

    It's all about the chesse toasties

    A travel blog entry by followingolivia on Nov 17, 2013

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    ... br>
    Having eaten nothing but Thai food, wolfing down pizza, burgers and full English that western food was just too weird! I can’t believe that I’ve never tried Thai food until now! It’s so healthy and actually so yummy and pretty easy to cook. *Note to self: learn to cook when I get home*. Such a relaxed, chilled weekend was rounded off sweetly with a toastie (naturally) and a visit to the temple near our school with ...