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... for 5mins before the heavens opened and it started raining, and I mean raining!! No time to put my waterproof cover on my backpack not get something for myself I was almost there anyway so trudged along in the rain until I finally arrived, completely soaked through. I checked into my room and for dry before heading downstairs for some much needed dinner before heading upstairs for a shower and an early night.
The next day I got up and had breakfast ...
... past. The sea shells were duly laid out - he was going to make Video Girl a wonderful necklace on his return home.
They returned to the villa before having a refreshing swim in the ocean.
They laid around all afternoon as per usual.
Later that afternoon Video Girl and Battery Boy caught the shuttle into Hau Hin. They wandered along the back streets and ended up on the fishing pier. There were a lot of boats which had just come in from fishing. ...
... of a mini soccer competition between these young kids. Looked fun, have a look at the video. Had dinner at the local Italian, enjoyed a quiet drink and yarn with the owner Stefano. I must say the quality of the food here has been excellent. Very fresh and very creative. If you are in Hua Hin try the restaurant it is called Olivo, owner & chef Stefano Voltolin. Off to Bangkok tomorrow.
... you. Got to our hotel, very nice right in the centre of Hua Hin, we passed Ray and Tess's hotel on the way through. Put bags in room and then straight out for lunch. Managed to find a great place near the fishing port, and had a lovely roast lamb dinner with all the trimmings, followed by apple pie and custard. FANTASTIC. Will be putting on the pounds whilst here for the four days I'm sure. Met up with Ray and Tess that evening. It was so great to see a known ...
... br> Were both really enjoying Thailand so far! The culture here is amazing and because roughly 95% of Thais are Buddhist and believe in Karma, everyone is so nice! We haven't felt too much culture shock, but were realizing how different way of life is here! Were really getting used to it and probably will not come home. Just kidding ;P But anyways!! Time for dinner !!
We hope that everyone back home is doing great and hope the weather is decent!
Cody and Paige