Hua Hin Paradise Guest House

Address: 45/8-9 Dechanuchit Road, Hua Hin, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 45/8-9 Dechanuchit Road, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Wat Khao Takiap, and Chatchai Market.
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      Thailand - Hua Hin

      A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Sep 20, 2014

      75 photos

      ... the pictures explains where "Hua Hin" (stone head) gets its name from. It has many boulders and rocks lining its shoreline.

      I revisited Khao Hin Lek Fai, which is a large hill that gives panoramic views of the town of Hua Hin. It's quite a walk to the top but nothing over the top. It consists of 6 view points, however, view point 1 is so over grown, you can't see anything. Also, view point 3 has a large Wasp's nest, so i'd recommend missing this one. They sting like ...

      Kermit the hermit crab

      A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Mar 04, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... which watches over this beach. Here we meet some of the non marine residents in the shape of a troop of monkeys, but unlike so many others we have come across these don't pay us any attention. We sit for a while enjoying the view before we head back across the beach toward the action.

      On the way we see a lady 'raking' the sand in about 6 inches of water. We stop, exchange hellos and watch for a while. Then it ...

      Bike riding in Cha-Am

      A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Aug 29, 2013

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... the force Luke, use the force. My light sabre. I reach for the dog-zapper-thingy as the beast continues to charge. I look at it and it has multiple settings, none indicating stun or repel a charging Caucasian Mountain Shepherd Hyena. I point it towards the beast hoping at least that it will choke on the yellow plastic casing as it tries to devour me. I push the button and immediately Dr. Dolittle's monster makes a sharp 90 degree turn away from me. Maybe it did work or ...

      Day 2 - 120kms - Rain - Oils are for Day Spa's

      A travel blog entry by trevorosborn005 on Jan 16, 2013

      5 photos

      ... slid across the bitumen. I went down in the same fashion and in an instance found myself lying on the road amongst a collection of riders and bikes...there was a LOT of oil on that corner. So much so that one rider slipped just trying to walk.

      It was so surreal, knowing you were falling; knowing you could not stop it and seeing others in front of you do exactly the same.

      We brushed oursevles off and there were lots of cuts, bruises and pains. But nothing too ...

      Pineapples and Elephants

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Nov 27, 2011

      1 comment

      ... was one of the elephants that worked on the "death railroad." Grandma was in her own large cage, and I gave her most of the pineapples I could get. She couldn't see them, I don't think, but she could smell them; the inside of her trunk, when she put it out to take a pineapple from my hands, felt so soft! Incredible, as their hides are so very rough. Grandma was insatiable. She must love to eat pineapples.