Baan Na Takiab
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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, read, shop and do holiday things....in short little to no exploring.
... t long before I caught the eye of a driver of a mobile disco ball, colored iridescent green with flashing pink neon lights. He stuck his head out so he could be heard over the 'dufe-dufe' music and shouted, yes we all know what he shouted, "You want tuk-tuk". We had the address of the restaurant and had been told by staff it was about a five minute walk from the Clock Tower. So off we set traveling in what I believed was the right direction towards ...
... were climbing in height. The mountains around the winery were a bit like Murwillumbah or Mt Warning, but more tropical. Looked over the vineyard, tasted some wine, then had lunch at the winery restaurant. We then drove back to Hua Hin. Few shots of the traffic in town. Went for a walk. Is Tescos English? There seems to be alot of them in Hua Hin. Spotted a pop mini fish market a man had set up. This will give you an idea of progress. The shot of excavated ...
... sun. Ick! Having nearly completed this quite long trip of six weeks and visited all of the notable attractions of the area we can now say that we have no need to come back to SE Asia. We may choose to come back for some specific purpose (eg trekking in Nepal) but it would be to one, or at most two, places and for a much shorter period. Travel can be exceedingly tedious and the Air Asia slogan ("Now Everyone Can Travel") sums up why we are no longer so keen to do ...
... like that was the place with the most amount of people. We all did fire limbo, which probably isn't the greatest idea for people when they are under the influence of alcohol, but I backed out early so no worries there!
The night of the party we planned on meeting up with our Irish friends, but with so many people that didn't happen. The entire beach is lined with bars and DJs so you just walk up and down the beach ...