Wang Yao Riverside Resort

Address: 314 Moo 3 Sarika-Nangrong Road, Nakhon Nayok, 26000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 314 Moo 3 Sarika-Nangrong Road, Nakhon Nayok.
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Trekking phase

A travel blog entry by thailand2013 on Jul 02, 2013

89 photos

... established that he was just trying to help us out. We offered to pay him for the ride or at least to pay for his petrol but he politely declined and once he'd gotten us to Pak Chong he stopped at a garage to fill his tank with gas and bought all of us cool drinks, he wouldn't accept reimbursement for this.

We ended up going to Bangkok in a private taxi that he organised for us, the owner of the company gave him 20% of what we paid her as a commission for bringing us to ...

First attempt to visit a high sphere of realm

A travel blog entry by mihalis on Mar 27, 2013

9 photos

... any mental issues other
than the ones most people have, like
some anxiety at times, my ups and downs and so forth.
Nevertheless it gives you some worries when you read these reviews and the

If you take 30 seconds to step back
and consider how much self discipline is needed for those 10 days… it is
certainly a challenge.

Whatever the case for me the
promise of such a spiritual experience was too much to turn away from it. So ...

Do you believe in fate?

A travel blog entry by lching on Dec 04, 2012

3 comments, 6 photos

... of sense not to have dinner. It's a very healthy lifestyle and found it actually helped slowdown my body in the evening so that I can go to bed early, usually by 9:30. This practice makes sense especially for the monks since they need to be up by 4:30 am for meditation. Our first day morning session was with Pan. He's not a monk but a practicing meditator who works at Wat Phra Dhammakaya. We found out he studied his masters in Long ...

Lush Jungle and wildlife

A travel blog entry by ballsabroad on Feb 17, 2012

11 photos

... and after returning from the bathroom i learnt not to leave food in my tent as there are wondering tame barking deer and one got into my tent, ate my crisp and made a huge hole in the mosquito net lining so i spent the next half hour sewing that hole up but after relaxed under the amazing stars. Met a tour guide just before who was setting up tents for a couple of others and arranged to join their tour tomorrow, he also managed to find me food and water which it seemed ...

Jungle Adventure

A travel blog entry by peteandliz on Jan 19, 2012

5 comments, 56 photos

... to be our mode of transport around the park for the next four days.

Asking for accommodation, we were only able to book bungalows for three of the four nights as they were fully booked after that, something that we later found hard to believe judging by the amount of visitors we saw, but nevertheless, we were happy to camp for the final night in the park.

Having walked the kilometre from HQ to our bungalows, we got ourselves ready ...