Anantasila by the Sea, Hua Hin
Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... park an safari. Big Mistake. Elephants mistreated, treking old foreign men with their little Thai wives around, putting on an elephant show afterwards. Neither of us could watch the elephants show. We were brought to tears by the knowledge of what happens behind the scenes. Absolutely disgusting. We did watch the crocodile show and the snake show, and needless to say those people are crazy. Anyways, after that nightmare of an experience we went to the ...
... br> I read some where there are so many Scandinavians and Russians who visit Hua Hin, both countries have sent up consulate offices here in Hua Hin. I had a shower, changed and caught the town bus into town to have dinner at the night markets. The night markets are on every night and have both food stalls and clothes and goods stalls. The range of seafood was amazing and the sheer size of the prawns and lobsters were incredible. You pick out what you want and they cook it right there ...
... Sam, Jess and Erin, who came in from nowhere and generated more enrichment for Kahn Kluey than he'd had in a long time, and made his day on more than one occasion with rafts of fruit and ropes of leaves for him to figure out. My long suffering room mate, Ellen, who coped admirably with my strange hours and was firm friends with the bears on leaving to head back to Canada and university. Helen and Kirsty, who showed up for a week and found that it was one of the most eventful ...
... put it. It's not really worth trying to explain it, but if you have the chance, it should be on your bucket list.
After we got back down the mountain from the cave we went into the ocean which was the perfect way to recover from the long hike down. I drove for part of the way home on the scooter which was really fun. I can see how people get addicted to it. But a little dose of reality hit when one of the scooters in our convoy took a spill. They were ...
... as the festival got under way.
After a few days we ventured across the road to find out what all the fuss was about. It was a hive of activity, with vendors selling everything from a variety of local foods, to dried jellyfish, to a mish mash of cups and saucers, shoes and clothing. We appeared to be the only non-Thai people there, as we slowly merged with the chaotic traffic of locals. You could easily keep ...
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