Villa Koram

Sam Roi Yod, Thailand | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Sam Roi Yod

Caving in

A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Jun 30, 2013

... a similar hike to a cave. The cave was amazing, perhaps the best stalactites/mites I've ever seen.
The cave roof had collapsed near the entrance so we were able to hear the rain starting and although we waited a good half hour for it to stop, we knew it was monsoon rain that would fall for a while yet. We scrambled down the rocks on all fours (as they became dangerously slippery) not only getting wet but also a bit muddy...great fun though!!
For our evening meal on ...

Monkeys, nature, work - in a dreamy fishing town

A travel blog entry by felixchandler on May 09, 2013

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... an old guy approached me and chatted the usual **** about what was i doing? why could i speak such good Thai etc etc et ******* cetra..
he mentioned he was a fortune teller...
to change the subject -
"so, whats in my future then?"
"whats your birth date?"

that was all he needed apparently..
then , seeming in deep thought, like he was making a complex calculation and looked up (after about 20 seconds).. and said in ...

Sawadeeka Thailand

A travel blog entry by teflmom on Mar 21, 2013

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... whatsap and's hard to miss anyone really!
As I write this Matthew is just having his Thai lesson and then we are off to Tesco to stock up on essential bits and bobs for our home, which I am quite excited about...sad I know! This afternoon we will go to the beach and then tomorrow we are off to Kanchunaburi for the weekend Matthew is going to watch Prachuap FC away game and I am going to go shopping. Life is really really good! :)


Desolate mountain village

A travel blog entry by ninar0307 on Oct 12, 2012

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... br> As we met in Pranburi, we started to figure out how to get to Sam Roit Yot. When we finally found the one way to get there, it was rather expensive, but we had no choice. Our taxi drove us further and further out of the city, through fields, then a dirt road through a temple. During this weird trip we even witnessed a suspicious rice trade off between our driver and a village man. As we finally started to reach the ...

One night in Prachuap Khiri Khan

A travel blog entry by kyandgav on Aug 07, 2012

... main road and the road that goes to the pier. Crispy chicken with rice for Mrs Fantastic and crispy pork for Mr Fantastic. It was a $1.05 a plate and absolutely delicious! The meal was also accompanied by a range of sauces. The home made sweet chilli sauce was incredible. The spicy chilli sauces were great and there was also some sort of soy/fish sauce which was awesome on the rice. What a delight! While Cha Am and PKK are not entirely off ...