Hua Hin Paradise Guest House
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... obviously small cities and you wouldn't see the name again. It took a while to find a company who was going to Hua Hin but I booked the soonest bus with them, grabbed some food and headed to wait on the bus downstairs.
The journey from Bangkok to Hua Hin took a bit over two hours. When we arrived I was told this was my stop (obviously the bus was continuing south), got off, grabbed my bags and set off walking in the direction of my hotel. I hadn't ...
I didn't sleep very well last night, think it's because mum leaves me today!! We got up and showered then had our last breakfast together, it was very nice mind you, I got a waffle freshly baked for me and I coated it in maple syrup, it was lush!! I really want a waffle machine now! We got the transfer to the airport, mum checked in then we went down to find my bus stop, and as typical it was running half hour late, when it finally ...
... inside of a car, which we both enjoyed! On our evening out to the night market (which has delicious food & items to purchase) and to watch the Thai Boxing Show we saw children from age 8 fight up to the main fight of mid 20's. Were were lucky enough to witness 2 knockouts and be invited into the ring on the main fight to give the fighter flowers and wish them luck! The Thai Boxing Fight was defiantly an unforgettable experience ...
... of Thailand. Had a few near death experiences but overall was really fun and the bikes weren't too bad either! Also the cycling gave a really nice breeze! We spent one night there in total as there isn't much to do there. It was very nice to go slightly off the beaten track too away from the business of Bangkok. Both evening we ate ...
... out their motives, but I made my judgment all the same: something is wrong with this picture.
Something was similarly wrong with the one-sided conversation that took place behind me in another restaurant. Him: The talker, an Aussie man of about 60, thin hair, thick body and legs. Her: Almost invisible. She sat less than a foot behind me, yet I could hear nothing she said, which was little enough as she seemed to have next to no English. The man spoke as ...