Rs. Seaside Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
Dreamingawake stayed here on Jan 28, 2013 during their trip titled: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost.
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let the Buddha that I am, become more Buddha like every day.
After temple hopping and more eating,
we went to the Pattaya floating market where I ate grilled crocodile
and got a massage. I spent a good amount of time in a Ganesha shrine
and prayed for my obstacles to be educational and beneficial. We had
an hour visit at this famous place, and then boarded the bus that
would drive up the beach, ...
... his tools and proceeded back down and fixed that woman’s braces and bent back that wire inside her mouth that was bothering her, and she sat up with a largest smile on her face after being cured of her predicament. So this guy can do it all, nice to have around on a remote island. So, that leads me to a little story that I wasn’t sure if I would tell. And there are a couple people out there reading this that won’t be so thrilled knowing this little part ...
... views of Sappa valley and Halong Bay. For Cambodia, I think of Angkor Watts, the amazing fish amok dish and the pepper plantations in Kampot. For Laos, I count the number of scarves I bought because the textiles are amazing and the elephants- I love elephants! But also, for discovering banana rotti’s. Whilst Thailand, equally so different, I think of Thai ice tea (yum), amazing food (pad thai!) friendly people, flower festival in Chang Mai and Koh ...