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Rawai Rc Bungalows
Thailand

Français loue dans résidence sécurisée bungalows tout confort à Naï Harn Beach (une des plus belles plages de Phuket), dans le sud de l'ile, avec à proximité de nombreux restaurants (thaï et européen) bars, sauna, massages, salons de beauté, agences de voyage, banque avec distributeurs, bureaux de change, bureaux de poste.

http://www.rcbungalows.com

French rent in reassured residence bungalows any comfort to Naï Harn Beach (one of the more beautiful beaches of Phuket), in the south of the ile, with nearby many restaurants (Thai and European) bars, sauna, massages, beauty parlors, trip agencies, bank with distributors, foreign exchange offices, post offices.

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Uploaded: 28/03/2012
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Tags: thailand; phuket; rawaï; naï harn beach; bungalow; french
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