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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... some miracle the guard saw us and held the train for us. Two seconds later we would of missed it!! We found our seats and sat back to relax. In the rush I had left our drinks in the taxi but luckily they fed and watered us twice on the train which we both needed. We arrived in hua hin at lunchtime and took a taxi (a van with seats in the open back) to our guesthouse. A lovely ...
... did some exercise by the sea front. Since being away I have tried to do regular skipping, runs along the beach and use hotel gyms when available. Trying to balance out all those Leo beers!
The weekend in Thailand was the Queen's birthday, and as the Queen is seen as the Mother of the nation, it was also Mothers Day on Monday 12th August, a Thai public holiday. The King and Queen were in HuaHin when I ...
... for a little cheaper rent. All in all we relaxed, ate sea food, had a few beers and some great conversation. Cheers trav - top man. I needed to get out of camp. Through no ones fault I was getting ratty and restless during the latter part of the week, so it was well needed. Returned on Sunday refreshed and chilled. The camp can be intense and you feel a bit isolated and bored. You can't escape the heat unless you get in the pool. There are more people arriving here ...
... got a little
violent at some parts, and some of the monkeys would get kicked out
of the feeding area by the bigger monkeys. One of them was following
around of the guys named Meinard with us because he had a drink in
his hand. The monkey followed us all the way up the temple stairs
trying to act as if he was just sitting there whenever Meinard turned
around. They are pretty greedy these ...
... either way it was far worse before and the whole thing doesn’t make very logical sense. It ran well enough to get us out of Bangkok eventually but it was a hell of a slog and neither of us were really in the mood for it. We stopped off for fuel and got some water. We were sweating buckets, the humidity is horrible and it’s not even that hot here yet. It got up to 35 degrees by my sensor and I’ve been here in 45 and ...