Baan Na Takiab
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... have a spa tub on the balcony overlooking the pool so all in all a nice place to spend our last few days. It is a boardwalk away from the beach which is brilliant white soft sand and a bit wider than the beach higher up in Hua Hin.
Unfortunately the water comes in real high so you are limited with space especially first thing in the morning at high tide.
Our plan over the next few days is simply to relax, ...
... if you look hard enough.
But something has happened while we were in town, it is almost as if the wind has been holding her breath and saving herself for our return to the beach. It wouldn't be so bad if it was going to help us along, but no it is against us so the walk back feels an awful lot longer. In fact once we do get back we find out that we walked almost 20 km today. We won't have much trouble sleeping tonight. ...
... fresh Pineapple, Water melon, Papaya and banana. They cleaned and altered the angle of our sunbeds when we wanted and offered us massage. During the quiet times we saw them fishing from the shore with wide nets that they used to catch small silver fish and they swam in the sea with their dog. It was all very sociable and nice to see how all the family get stuck in together, all doing their little bit. Spent the evening chilling and beginning to think about how cold it is at ...
... business. However along that a lot of great experiences and food is just great. After less than 36 hours on the ground in Singapore it was time to move on; Mr. Henning Malmgren signed us up for a combined get together/ golf in the capital of East Java, Indonesia; Surabaya… Fantastic weekend with two rounds of golf; the round on Friday already forgotten while the one Sunday will be remembered for many years :-). As Henning mentioned on the way back from Surabaya; i am fairly sure a ...
... small snack and a drink. After half an hour we returned to the classroom and played "Qui-es?". We played in small groups and it was a lot of fun. It gave us a chance to get to know the students a little better. We played the game for a long time and before we knew it, it was already lunch time.
We had delicious Thai food. There were so many things to chose from, all better than the previous. So good!
At twenty past one, Marina and I went with Alix to a ...